Don't you just LOVE running the PINEWOOD DERBY!

Whether you are helping your son build his first Pinewood Derby car or if you are building your own adult creation to run in a Corporate event, the Pinewood Derby is a lot of fun! 

Below, you will find cars that we have built over the years.  If you have a car you'd like to display on the IndyHobbies.com Pinewood Derby page, just email it to us and we will get it on display.  Note:  Designs have to be unique and photos need to be of good quality.  No names will be used identifying the owner, and yes, people will likely COPY your idea!  Still, they say that plagerism is the sincerest form of flattery. 
This is a truck/car built for the Brownsburg Motorsports Celebration Pinewood Derby.  IMA is the Indiana Motorsports Association.Another view of the same truck.  The cab is cut from the back.  A little base molding forms the truck bed.The Shark Car!  Lots of time and teeth in this one!I was a Cub Scout Den Leader for 5 years.  This was the car I made my second year to run in the "Old Coot Race" as they called the adults race.  LOL!Fireball was FAST!  This was created for the Brownsburg Motorsports Celebration Pinewood Derby.  You can find more information on this great event at www.BrownsburgRacing.com.Team Associated is a radio control car manufacturer.  But I liked the decals so I used them.  This is called the "Five Cut Car" because all it takes is five cuts on a table saw or similar to create it!Another view of the Five Cut Car.Yes, its a Hanna Montana car!  How else was I going to get my daughter excited about the Derby?  :)It was FAST!  This was created for the Brownsburg Motorsports Celebration Pinewood Derby.  You can find more information on this great event at www.BrownsburgRacing.com.Another car for my youngest daughter.  She called this one "Flower Power" and it was pretty fast!"The General Lee" was inspired by the Dukes of Hazzard TV show of course.  Something tells me there have been MANY General Lee Pinewood Derby cars!The "Pink Panther" was created by my oldest daughter and myself.  It is really, really fast!  It is actually an airfoil, but it looked better cutting through the air backwards!  This was made for the architecture firm where I worked for many years.  It is called the "TEE BIRD" ...get it?  Get it?  Ha!  Yep, that's a fresh Callaway Golf Ball on top!This car was created by carefully slicing the original block of pine and then laminating some mahogany along with the pine.  Then, the shape was cut out.  This was created for the Brownsburg Motorsports Celebration Pinewood Derby.  You can find more information on this great eveThis crazy thing was super fast and took home a 1st Place trophy for my son's age group in Cub Scouts!  We worked on it together.  He was a huge SpongeBob fan at the time.  Specifically, Patrick of course!The Hauntsburg Haunted House was happening in our hometown when this car was inspired.  www.HAUNTSBURG.com.  This was created for the Brownsburg Motorsports Celebration Pinewood Derby.  You can find more information on this great event at www.BrownsburgRacing.com.My kids are Harry Potter movie nuts.  So, a "HORCRUX" car (an evil spell) was definately in order.  This one was airbrushed to get that cool mottled paint look.  Every Pinewood Derby has usually got some sort of "BATMOBILE" in it.  This was my take on it.  I got the head from a kids shampoo bottle.  Not very fast.!  This was created for the Brownsburg Motorsports Celebration Pinewood Derby.  You can find more information on this great event at www.BrownsbI built this one for a good friend at Hendricks County Bank.  It was FAST!  This was created for the Brownsburg Motorsports Celebration Pinewood Derby.  You can find more information on this great event at www.BrownsburgRacing.com.Ya, we had some major trophies for our adults Pinewood Derby!
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