Two participants battle to see who can get all ten of their marbles down the track to the bottom and into the winner's box first. Each player begins by placing one marble at a time into the highest ramp. If the marbles are dropped too quickly, they will collide, slow down, or even "jump the track." To beat your opponent, you must perfect your timing. The competition is fierce and fast-paced. This game appeals to both children and adults. All of the patterns are drawn to scale. The height is approximately 34 inches.
The 19 series (products that start with 19-) are full size and printed on large sheets of paper created by Meisel Wood Hobby. Meisel closed their business on Oct 31, 2022. Their plans will continue to be sold on our web site. Any mention of hardware kits or related hardware supplies in their woodworking plans are no longer available. For items you cannot find locally in your hardware store, there are companies online that may carry similar product. These companies include CaseysWood.com, RonellClock.com, Klockit.com, WoodParts.ca, Rockler.com and Woodcraft.com.
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These hot rod style cars, complete with extended front ends, look just like the real race cars you would find at the drag strips. Long rubber bands can be used because of the extended fronts. This allows for more speed and distance. This woodworking plan provides full size illustrations.
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Tiny cars for tiny hands. Make them on your scroll saw from scraps of 3/4 inch thick lumber, an ideal way to use up scrap wood. The woodworking plan includes fourteen different designs, cars, trucks, vans and 6 different animal shapes.
Keep a few in your pocket, we call them pocket automobiles. Give one away to a youngster whenever you sees one around town. It is easy to create and a terrific way to utilize up 3/4-inch thick wood waste.
Two participants battle to see who can get all ten of their marbles down the track to the bottom and into the winner's box first. Each player begins by placing one marble at a time into the highest ramp.
Position two cars side by side, release the starting gate, and watch them race back and fourth to the finish.
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