Make your pinewood derby car the coolest car on the track!
Pinewood Derby Stickers
Military Firepower Decal Stickers
US Army, US Air Force, AIRBOURNE, lightning bolts, bombs, Military stars, headlights and grill for your car, DANGER, red-white-blue stripes, wolf, lion, arrows and General insignias, and military style numbers and letters...all in one sheet!
Cub Scout Tiger Decal Stickers
BSA Cub Scout Tiger Cub symbols, tiger paw prints, flaming stylized tiger face, growling tiger, prowling tiger and double tiger claw sctatch marks to personalize your Tiger Pinewood Derby Car.
How to apply dry-transfer decals to a pinewood derby car:
Dry-transfer decals are easily applied by simply rub the paper backing with a dull object. Your car will look like someone painted a custom image on your pinewood derby car!
- Apply to a clean, dry, dust-free surface only. Position decal and hold carrier sheet firmly in place.
- Rub with anything that does not have sharp edges, for example, a pen top, dull pencil. Do not rub too hard when transferring.
- When you see that the image has transfered from the paper backing to your car "gently" peel back the paper backing.
- If the transfer was incomplete, let the sheet fall back into place and continue rubbing the paper backing to transfer the rest of the image.
Pinewood Derby Car Body Skins
Benefits of Body Skins for pinewood derby cars
- Create a custom paint job without the paint
- Full body cover or accent
- Easy Application
- Full Instructions Included
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Tips & Hints
If you are using 3/8" round weights, drill your 3/8" weight holes before cutting out the rest of the car because it is easier to hold the full block. Always use a clamp to hold your block before drilling or cutting. Safety First!
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Put a coat of wood primer on your car before painting it because pine wood is porous and will absorb the first coat of paint. Lightly sand the primer after it dries, then apply a final coat (or two) for a clean, finished look.
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