It’s The Night Before Bonneville 2020 Starts And That Means Nugget Car Show Photos!


It’s The Night Before Bonneville 2020 Starts And That Means Nugget Car Show Photos!

One of the biggest traditions at Bonneville Speed Week is the Nugget Car Show that happens Friday and Saturday night at the Nugget Hotel and Casino in West Wendover Nevada. Friday night has everyone hanging out, telling stories, partying and anticipating a great week of record on the Bonneville Salt Flats. Many cars have already been out on the salt by this time, or are staying at the Bend in the Road, so they have awesome salt build up on them that makes them look like something straight out of the 1950s. It’s awesome, even if it does make me nervous that the salt is going to eat them away in front of my eyes. That stuff is no joke!

Thankfully our man on the street Wes Allison is at Bonneville grabbing all the photos he can over the next few days so we have plenty to share with all of you. As you have come to expect tons of photos from Bonneville Speed Week here on BANGshift.com, we do not want to disappoint and are doing everything we can to make sure you get as many of these cars that are on the salt as is humanly possible in a day. That means that we’ll have a bunch of galleries over the next few days and expect you to check out each and every photo and let us know what your favorite rides on the salt are.

Until then, check out the Nugget Car Show photos right here! And if you missed our Pit Preview photos, CLICK HERE TO SEE ALL THE OTHER PHOTOS WE’VE GOT!


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7 thoughts on “It’s The Night Before Bonneville 2020 Starts And That Means Nugget Car Show Photos!

  1. Piston Pete

    Thanks for the gallery.
    I wanna party with the folks that own the ’58 wagon, might have to change my ponytail to a pompadour.

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  2. This is real

    So few people wearing masks – some of these cars will be for sale next year because the owner died of COVID. Smarten up people – this is not a drill.

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  3. Barry_R

    Black primer, spider webs, pie crust slicks on Weld Wheels, and a inked tail gate resident with multi-color hair – – that wagon is covering at least four decades full of trends in one vehicle.

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    1. Tom P

      I see a Talledaga parked there.
      The green 59 Ford wagon looks pretty good too.

      Actually, yes it is a drill but keep your mask on “this is real”.

      Reply

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