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Kings Island Selling Pieces Of Son Of Beast
Bolts are being sold for $25.
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- 10/9/2012 12:53 PM
I would not pay for a piece of an engineering failure. Thats like trying to sell the pieces of a collapsed bridge or something... A piece of advice to all the people who will waste their money on this... A bigger faster wooden coaster will be built in the future. So what will that piece of scrap material be worth then?
- 10/9/2012 12:27 PM
Winston,that's what I thought,"limited availability" LOL.Dosen't that make ya just want to leave work early TODAY to get a pieace of it before it's all gone? XD
- 10/9/2012 11:55 AM
You have GOT to be kidding me? Who would want to own a piece of that mega failure? It wasn't enough of a legend to want to keep a piece of it. Heck, it wasn't a legend at all. It was probably one of the biggest failures of a coaster the world has evern seen, and they should have burned the thing to the ground instead of sell pieces of it. And the PRICE!?!? Are people nuts? That costs more than it does to get into the park. Astonishing.
- 10/9/2012 10:39 AM
If they had done that with Sander Hall they'd have made enough money to pay for the demolition (which cost as much as the spit, cardboard, and chewing gum building to begin with). If they could find anyone dumb enough to buy the debris. At least they're not charging taxpayers for the mistake this time... although really... $25 for a bolt? How many tens of thousands of bolts are there? Not a lot of rarity there.
- 10/9/2012 10:13 AM
Those prices are way too high for a coaster that I thought was a total let down.
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