rachelet Posted 2 Apr 2005 , 4:05am
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My dad is a huge Nascar fan and I'd love to do this cake but I have no idea how. Does anyone have any advice? I saw a picture on the CakesbySam site.


Thanks,

Rachel

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Lisa Posted 2 Apr 2005 , 4:53am
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www.sportscakes.com (use to be racecakes.com) carries the kits to make the cars and I think they have helmets now too. I made the #3 car for a 3rd birthday. It was one of the first cakes I ever made. At the party, my 7yo niece asked where the cake was. It was right in front of her! Bless her little heart, she thought it was a toy car. I could've just kissed her for that!

flayvurdfun Posted 2 Apr 2005 , 7:10pm
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I've seen a car pan that wilton sells/sold? that was turned from a regular car to a nascar, and also a golf cart.....I will see if I can find one online.

erinlynn22 Posted 13 Apr 2005 , 5:34pm
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I just made a nascar themed cake for my dad's 50 birthday (we got him a gift certificate to drive a nascar). Its posted in the Themed Cakes>Cars and Trucks section. Its an oval track with a green grass infield. I made flags and decorated some cars. I also put 2 matchbox nascar cars on the cake.

KrazyKross Posted 14 Apr 2005 , 2:02pm
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I've done a 3-D Cake with the kit from http://www.sportcakes.com/. I placed the completed cake on a rectangular cake checkered like the winner's circle. The picture is attached.
LL

Lisa Posted 14 Apr 2005 , 6:11pm
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That is a really nice cake!

veejaytx Posted 14 Apr 2005 , 6:59pm
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My SIL gave me the racecar pan to use for my brother's 60th birthday in July. He has now finally purchased a 65 Mustang after searching forever...is it going to be possible for me to make the racecar look like a Mustang, or should I just start from scratch, panwise, that is? Planning ahead, Janice

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