We are a large group of pinewood derby enthusiasts from all over the United States. Some of us only race on the local level in Den, Pack, District and Council level. Others of us have children who have out grown the local scene and now race at the professional league level know as proxy racing.
The Global Craftsman's cars are unique in that no two cars look the same. They might sacrifice some speed in order to set their car's style apart from the others. They set a standard for all cars after to be duplicated in design, paint and modifications. They use unique products which then become industry standards for all.
Global Derby Society
Here at Global Derby Society, we do not care how fast you can go, how well you can paint. We do not care which league you are affiliated with, or whose derby products you think is better. Pinewood derby has greatly evolved over the past years due to the professional league racer. Companies have stepped up to provide all racers, both league and local level, with better tools and racing equipment. No one company can claim responsibility for this progression. Each has taken time to assess other company’s products, listened to feedback from racers and then tweaked their products accordingly.
Post by Rebel Racing on Mar 3, 2012 12:47:34 GMT -6
When I 10 years old for Christmas I received a live toy steam engine and work shop. At one time I had around 200 steam engines from the late 1800 to present with about 175 of the toys they drove. Do to my situation I had to sell many of them. Here are some videos hope you enjoy them.
If there is enough interest I will post more if you would like.
I forget how to post the video with out having to go to the link but well worth watching.
My favorite brand is Jensen made in USA since 1930 and still in business.
type or paste your url into your post... highlight the entire url you are posting... above the smiley face there is this button... click on that button with your url highlighted and it will automatically put that script around your video.
to do your next video... just lather rinse and reapply