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  1. This is a recreation of the 1964 version of Paragon Park's Giant Coaster after the 1963 fire.
  2. This is my recreation of Herschell's Mad Mouse.
  3. This is my recreation of Zamperla Family Gravity Coaster 80STD. You can put this on your small or big amusement park and fairgrounds.
  4. This is old school kiddie coaster in the late 50's and early 60's. You can add your own retro amusement parks.
  5. This is my recreation of Cyclone Racer at Pike Long Beach (1930-1968).
  6. Big Dipper at Chippewa Lake Park was opened in 1925 but it was closed in 1978 it was left standing but not operating until 2010 when this coaster was demolished.
  7. This short-lived coaster model debuted in 1985 as Speeedy Gonzales at Wiener Prater this is the only Vekoma Wild Mouse coaster ever built. They relocated Alton Towers as Alton Mouse and later moved to Idlewild & SoakZone as Wild Mouse, which continues to operate today.
  8. This is my recreation of The Bat 1981 at Kings Island.
    Originally made: May 27, 2019
  9. This is my recreation of the Intamin Swiss Bob coaster (Sarajevo Bobsled layout) with custom supports.
  10. Zierer's Early two coaster models like Flitzer and 4 Man Bob.
  11. Crazy Circus.
    A funfair style funhouse. With animated parts and a lot of lightanimations.
    Author: zyned
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  12. This is my recreation of Jet Star 2 by Schwarzkopf. You can use that if you credit me.
  13. This is a recreation of a small-sized Schiff Wild Mouse.
    Recolorable track supports and recolorable cars.
    You can use this for the retro park.
    If you planned to record the review of this one, Feel free to use that.
    HISTORY:
    The Wild Mouse was a steel-tracked hybrid coaster designed by Ben Schiff and manufactured by B. A. Schiff & Associates.
    It debuted in 1956 at Funland Park in Miami, Florida, and Roseland Park in New York.
    The most famous one was the one at Cedar Point, where it operated from 1959 to 1963.
    Another one was Conneaut Lake Park in Conneaut Lake, PA where it operated from 1961 to 1990.
    In 1959, they introduced a small-sized version of Wild Mouse. but then the same year they no longer produced Large Sized Wild Mouse. In the 1960s Ben Schiff sold all his materials to England company, Butlins.
    They put Wild Mouse in various Butlins funfair locations in the early 1960s, until 1975 when all Wild Mouse coasters were removed except the one at Littlehampton.
    This ride opened here in 1962 at Harbour Park (when the park was called Butlins Amusement Park) in 1977, The park was renamed Smarts Amusement Park as Billy Smarts purchased the park.
    and then in 1985, The ride was purchased by David Pickstone, who first rode this ride when he was a child. and relocated to Brean Leisure Park and reopened here in July 1988.
    It operated for 9 years until David Pickstone was forced to close his Wild Mouse ride in 1997.
    The only one standing but not operating was one at Eagle Park in Cache, OK. Built here in the early 1980s but it was never opened to the public due to Wayne Gibson's father falling out of the ride during construction and later dying.
  14. This is my recreation of Texas Cyclone at Six Flags Astroworld operated from June 1976 to October 30, 2005. Please put images like the logo: https://ibb.co/5RpnSSQ signs: https://ibb.co/5RpnSSQ and https://ibb.co/5RpnSSQ in UserMedia.
    if you planning on showcasing this recreation for your YT channel please credit me. Thank you.
  15. This modified Schiff mouse was installed at Shady Lake, Old Indiana Fun Park, and Rocky Springs Park.
  16. XLR-8 was a Arrow Suspended Swinging coaster opened at defunct Six Flags park in Texas, Astroworld in 1984. This coaster operated until the park was closed on October 30, 2005.
  17. This is my recreation of the Intamin and Giovanola Stand-Up Coaster.
  18. This is my recreation of The very FIRST roller coaster in America in 1884, Switchback Railway. If you plan to record this for the spotlight, Credit me.
  19. Williams Grove's Cyclone was originally named Zipper when opened in 1933, until 2005 when it was closed it left Standing but not operating ever since.
  20. This is another REAL SIZE Schiff Wild Mouse coaster recreation but this time an early version of Schiff Wild Mouse.
    Recolorable track supports and recolorable cars.
    You can use this for the retro park.
    If you plan to record the review of this one, Feel free to use that.
    HISTORY:
    The Wild Mouse was a steel-tracked hybrid coaster designed by Ben Schiff and manufactured by B. A. Schiff & Associates.
    It debuted in 1956 at Funland Park in Miami, Florida, and Roseland Park in New York.
    The most famous one was the one at Cedar Point, where it operated from 1959 to 1963.
    Another one was Conneaut Lake Park in Conneaut Lake, PA where it operated from 1961 to 1990.
    In 1959, they introduced a small-sized version of Wild Mouse. but then the same year they no longer produced Large Sized Wild Mouse. In the 1960s Ben Schiff sold all his materials to England company, Butlins.
    They put Wild Mouse in various Butlins funfair locations in the early 1960s, until 1975 when all Wild Mouse coasters were removed except the one at Littlehampton.
    This ride opened here in 1962 at Harbour Park (when the park was called Butlins Amusement Park) in 1977, The park was renamed Smarts Amusement Park as Billy Smarts purchased the park.
    and then in 1985, The ride was purchased by David Pickstone, who first rode this ride when he was a child. and relocated to Brean Leisure Park and reopened here in July 1988.
    It operated for 9 years until David Pickstone was forced to close his Wild Mouse ride in 1997.
    The only one standing but not operating was one at Eagle Park in Cache, OK. Built here in the early 1980s but it was never opened to the public due to Wayne Gibson's father falling out of the ride during construction and later dying.
  21. This is a recreation of Steel track hybrid Schiff Wild Mouse but the real size was 35ft.
    Recolorable track supports and recolorable cars.
    You can use this for the retro park.
    If you planned to record the review of this one, Feel free to use that.
    HISTORY:
    The Wild Mouse was a steel-tracked hybrid coaster designed by Ben Schiff and manufactured by B. A. Schiff & Associates.
    It debuted in 1956 at Funland Park in Miami, Florida, and Roseland Park in New York.
    The most famous one was the one at Cedar Point, where it operated from 1959 to 1963.
    And another one was Conneaut Lake Park in Conneaut Lake, PA where it operated from 1961 to 1990.
    In 1959, they introduced a small-sized version of Wild Mouse. but then the same year they no longer produced Large Sized Wild Mouse. In the 1960s Ben Schiff sold all his materials to England company, Butlins.
    They put Wild Mouse in various Butlins funfair locations in the early 1960s. Until 1975 when all Wild Mouse coasters were removed except the one at Littlehampton.
    This ride opened here in 1962 at Harbour Park (at the time when the park was called Butlins Amusement Park) in 1977, The park was renamed Smarts Amusement Park as Billy Smarts purchased the park.
    and then in 1985, The ride was purchased by David Pickstone, who first rode this ride when he was a child. and relocated to Brean Leisure Park and reopened here in July 1988.
    It continued to operate for 9 years until David Pickstone was forced to close his Wild Mouse ride in 1997.
    The only one standing but not operating was one at Eagle Park in Cache, OK. Built here in the early 1980s but it was never opened to the public due to Wayne Gibson's father falling out of the ride during construction and later dying.
  22. Ride to the music of The Who in this incarnation of Rock 'N' Roller Coaster! Be sure to download Stage 23 (RNRCTW Part 2) for whole blueprint to be complete!
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  23. Spin in circles on this coaster over run by giant fire breathing spiders!
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  24. Travel thru time on your own time travelling vehicle!

    Download Media files here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ZEKy_vhc46T2NdfM59nXHU5RxdLu-F94
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  25. Just a generic coaster
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