STORMTROOPER: Your landspeeder exceeds official Pinewood Derby length by 3/16 of an inch.
OBI-WAN KENOBI: My landspeeder passes the pre-race inspection.
STORMTROOPER: Your landspeeder passes the pre-race inspection.
OBI-WAN KENOBI: I may proceed to the race area.
STORMTROOPER: You may proceed to the race area.
OBI-WAN KENOBI: Move along.
STORMTROOPER: Move along.
Obi-Wan's appearance at the Pinewood Derby occurs between the events of Episode III and Episode IV.
My son and I built this over the course of two and half days for his first Cub Scout Pinewood Derby. I'm forgetting my father-in-law. He helped, too. I should go back and insert him in the first sentence, but this time there's no looking back. I think it was the ancient jedi sage Han Dhenli that summed it up best, “Don't look back…You can never look back.” Or maybe it was that guy from the Eagles.
Yes, my son built it, too. It was his idea to do a Star Wars vehicle, and this one seemed like it would be the easiest, given my limited handiwork. He helped with the design, filing, sanding, and painting. And the fruits of our labors earned us the “People's Choice” award, out of roughly 30 cars. This award is voted on by his Cub Scout peers, and he told me didn't even vote for his own car.
No other racer saw this rear view of the car during the course of the race. And it's no fault of their own since they left us in a dust storm much like those on Tatooine. So we're especially proud of that “People's Choice” award, and the ribbon that generously awarded us a tie for 3rd our of the 4 cars in the Tiger Cub division.
I found another Star Wars Pinewood Derby car on the Internets. Nice X-Wing, Marshall Family.