Goes from the box to the racetrack quickly. Pinewood body comes preformed and aerodynamically shaped. Axle slots are machined as well for consistent performance. Includes Boy Scouts of America-approved wheels, polished axles, tungsten weight putty, and more.
Expensive. May require some tweaking to compete with faster cars.
This kit from the Boy Scouts of America comes with race-legal wheels and axles included. Also includes instructions and decals. The kit's unformed block allows you to get creative when choosing the shape of your car.
Raw wood block requires a bit more upfront work than other models.
Includes 12 pinewood blocks with axles and wheels to match. Axles are smooth and free of burrs, crimp marks, or other imperfections. Block dimensions are identical to official Boy Scouts of America models.
Not an official Boy Scouts of America kit so new axles and wheels may be required for competitions.
The pine block is shaped into an aerodynamic wedge from the factory. This kit comes with official axles and wheels. Includes a set of plastic race car parts and decorative stickers for personalized flair.
Some users noted the axles were a bit rough and may take some work to get the car to roll smoothly.
This kit's pinewood car body is aerodynamic and race-ready with no additional cutting required. Includes steel weights with pre-cut pockets. High-performance wheels and axles are approved by the Boy Scouts of America. Fast and consistent on the track.
A bit pricey. No decals included.
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