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Many dream, or have dreamed, about visiting a Disney theme park, and for five lucky kids, it’s as simple as visiting their grandfather in Fullerton, California. Sixty-eight-year-old Steve Dobbs, a former Boeing engineer, says his grandchildren were easily bored with normal toys, so he decided to build several Disney-themed attractions from scratch. You’ll find “Small World”, “Finding Nemo”, and even a “Matterhorn” roller coaster. Continue reading for a video of the coaster and more information.
“Dynamic Testing Solutions’ chief financial officer rode and certified the coaster, which can support riders up to 185 pounds, goes forward and backward, tops out at 12 mph and is equipped with mechanisms measuring weight and g-force,” reports the OC Register.