Two-Wheeled Car Results
In Volume 7, Issue 14 - April 2, 2008 I mentioned that I would be racing a two-wheeled car on April 18, 2007.
The car took 1st in Design, and 2nd in Speed. The winner was our Bolt
design with our 4040 Outlaw Wheels. So, I was certainly satisfied with
the outcome of the race.
Maximum Velocity Car Kits
If you are planning a race and are not required to use a specific kit type,
our MV Basic Car Kit is just what you need. These attractively priced
kits are equipped with:
So, if your organization does not mandate a particular kit type, consider
our Maximum Velocity Car Kits.
- Quality Block - Unlike the blocks provided by some organizations, our
blocks are soft, northwestern pine blocks, cut precisely to 7 inches long,
1-3/4 inches wide, and 1-1/4 inches tall. These dimensions, as well as
the axle slots accurately duplicate the dimensions of standard pinewood
derby blocks from BSA and PineCar.
- Simple Axle Preparation - Don't worry about filing off flaws, or losing
hub caps. Our Speed Axles have no burrs or crimp marks, and install
without hub caps. With or without polishing, they are ready to go. We
supply five, so you have a spare.
- Quality Wheels - Forget cheap, out of round wheels. We supply top-
quality, PineCar-brand wheels to give great performance.
Do You Have a Pinewood Derby Memory to Share?
We are out of memories to share with our readers, but I am sure that
many of you have a story to share. So, please type up your humorous,
unusual, sad, or heart-warming pinewood derby tale and send it to
If your memory is used, you will receive a $10 coupon in May of 2009.
Don't worry about literary polish. We will edit as needed. Also,
please read our
Can We Help?
If we can help you in any way with your pinewood derby project, or if you have any feedback regarding this newsletter, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org