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September 26, 2010

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Audra

can you please send me the link to the race track instructions.. grigara@needvilleisd.com
Thanks

Danielle

WOWWWWW , how did you do the re fuel stop with all the funnels? Your ideas are brilliant..

Claire

Hi can you send me info on how you built the racetrack. Your party looked awesome. Great job

Lichelle Donada

Woud also like the tutorial on how u built the race track. Also what dept did u find the hubcaps at Walmart? thx.

Laurie Voss

Wow! You are truly gifted when it comes to tastefully putting together a kid party! I'm so interested in how the "pit stop" chip tower was constructed. Any tips on where you found the materials for it? I'm working on a race car theme party for my 5 year old. Thanks!

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BMW forum

Very clever! Anyone would want to have a race car party just like this one.

Ginny Simon

No wonder why you get so many feedbacks
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