PT Cruiser Pinewood Derby Car
Design Plan

PT Cruiser Pinewood Derby Car Design Plan

You can build this Pinewood Derby PT Cruizer Car!
(Full Car Design Template Included)


PT Cruizer pinewood derby design

Cruise through the competition when you build the PT Cruizer car!


Free car templates that you find on the internet will not show you how to cut the car, nor show you weight placement for optimal performance, or give you speed hints so your car is fast. We give it all to you with simple, step-by-step, clear 3D images and instructions.

We show you every cut to make sure you can't make a mistake.

Plan includes cut-out car design template blueprint patterns, building hints, tips,
weight placement for speed, six painting schemes, tools list,
links for help and everything else you need to build this car.



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      Tips & Hints

      The axle slots that are cut into standard blocks are too tight for BSA axles that are .089" diameter. Small axle slots make it difficult to get your axles in straight. A #44 drill bit is .086", which I find too tight. Consider a #43 Drill Bit, which is a perfect match at .089" for a snug fit.








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      Pinewood Derby
      painting Hint

      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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