Cedar Point announced today that after 25 years, they’re closing down Mean Streak.
When it opened in 1991, it broke world records for tallest lift and the longest drop on a wooden roller coaster.
The ride cost $7,500,000 to build.
There’s some buzz that the ride could be taken apart piece by piece, and moved to a different amusement park.
I’ve got way better ideas. Here are 4.
4) Make a line of furniture out of it.
– You better believe I’d buy a new kitchen table and chairs that was made of old roller coaster.
3) Fireplace mantles.
– You ever had a fireplace? Me neither…but it would be badass to say your mantle was made out of roller coaster.
2) Take it to the Flea Market.
-Have you seen the creepy hippies at Flea Markets? They’ll buy anything, and if it has a “story”, it makes it that much more valuable to them! So much money, Cedar Point! So much money!
1) Use the wood to make Habitat for Humanity houses.
-How cool would it be to say your house was made out of an old roller coaster?