‘How-to’ Pinewood Derby Design Template

Close-up view of the new Scurry Tails Pinewood Derby Design Template.

Where the rubber meets the road! A close-up view of the new Scurry Tails Pinewood Derby Design Template. Click here to download a copy for use in your Pack!

By Jeffrey Bishop

It’s the most wonderful time of the year for many Packs across the country:  time to design and build cars for the annual Pinewood Derby races!

Of course we’ll have a Scurry Tails spooky-story-themed car this year.  We’ll look to share our car design with you in the coming weeks, but in the meantime, to help our readers plan the designs for their cars, we’d like to share with you our:

Scurry Tails Pinewood Derby Design Template

We hope it’s helpful to you, and if you have an especially spooky design you’d like to share with us, just let us know and we can feature it here on this site!

Looking for inspiration?  Check out the following links:

Boy’s Life Magazine Pinewood Derby Car Photos — hundreds of photos of real cars from recent years.

Built for Speed — Lowe’s and Dremel have teamed up to offer tips, along with a design contest.  Click the link to learn more and to find pictures of recent entries.

Who Really Made That Pinewood Derby Car? — a thought-provoking blog posting at Bryan on Scouting, the official blog of Scouting Magazine.

Pinewood Derby — Official Boy Scouts of America Pinewood Derby website.

Enjoy, and happy (spooky) racing!

3Bishops

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~ by 3Bishops on December 14, 2012.

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