2 Vintage 1980's Pinewood Derby Cars, Handmade by the Cub Scouts / Boy Scouts of America. Both cars are in good, pre-owned vintage condition, acquired from a local estate.
Cars measure approx. 2-1/2" wide x 7" long.
A tidbit of history on how it all started: The first Pinewood Derby® was run in Southern California in 1953 by Cub Scout Pack 280C at the Manhattan Beach Scout House, where Cubmaster Don Murphy introduced the idea to his pack. The derby was publicized in Boys' Life magazine in October 1954 and was an instant hit. The rules set out for the very first race still stand today: “The derby is run in heats – two to four cars starting by gravity from a standstill on a track and run down a ramp to a finish line unaided. The track is an inclined ramp with wood strips down the center to guide the cars.”
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