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.
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.