Friday, June 23, 2000 7:48 AM
Why not they had Elvis so why not coasters. A few years ago I think they had carousel horses. Here are the ones I think they could use:
1. Coney Island Cyclone (most famous)
2. Leap the Dips (oldest)
3. Santa Cruz Dipper (landmark)
4. Thunderbolt (another famous)
5. The Beast (longest)
6. Magnum (first to hit 200ft.)
7. Batman the Ride (first invert)
8. Revolution (first looper)
Parks hit for 2000!
PKD,BGW,Knoebels,DP,HP,PKI,HW,SFKK,SFA, Camden, SFO,CP,WL,IW,KW,BP
Friday, June 23, 2000 11:37 AM
How about these
1. Crystal Beach Cyclone (most terrifying)
2. Loch Ness Monster (very picturesque)
3. The Bat (1st Supended)
4. Matterhorn (1st w/ tubular rails)
5. PKI Racer (re-birth of woodies)
Bonus S:ROS(SFA) & SOB (most plauged heheheh)
Friday, June 23, 2000 3:45 PM
While not a coaster, Cedar Point's armored horse from one of the carousels was featured on a postage stamp just a few years ago.
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Thursday, January 5, 2006 9:56 PM
In addition to ones showing picturesque views of coasters, I'd like to see a seperate set showing different types of coaster trains (i.e. MilF's, PTC's, Flying Turns, anything Schwarzkopf, etc.). Hard to believe it hasn't been done, but then again we're probably the only people interested.
Thursday, January 5, 2006 10:05 PM
IIRC you can upload your own photos and have stamps made at www.stamps.com
Thursday, January 5, 2006 11:02 PM
I'll bet the shopping cart enthusiasts across the U.S. would like to have stamps that show off all of the different cart models and each retail/grocery chain that uses them. I have no idea why the US Postal Service haven't made these yet.
Target's "Plasticore Tech 3000 (Red)" from Cartco Incorperated comes to mind as the most sought after stamp in the collection...rotflmao
(yes, I am a closet shopping cart enthusiast.) ;)
Friday, January 6, 2006 12:19 AM
I think you just outed yourself... ;)
Friday, January 6, 2006 12:27 AM
MoOsH, did you check out the pricing on those? $17.99 for a book of 20. For those that practice fuzzy math, 20 times .39 equals 7.80. They add ten dollars and nineteen cents to the price! Wow, I rhink I will just stick with the plain ol' stamps here at home!
Wow, dexter, I had no idea!
Friday, January 6, 2006 2:07 AM
besides...it seems to me that you're only going to create these stamps........to send them to other people? its not like you're going to collect and save them...they wouldn't be worth much, imho, really...