This Dinn Corporation monster wooden coaster operated from 1991-2016 before its RMC (Rocky Mountain Construction) conversion to Steel Vengeance. It stood 161 feet (49m) tall with a 155 feet (47m), 52° drop that propelled riders at speeds up to 65 mph (104.5 km/h) along 5,427 feet (1654m) of track. It was also a rather rough ride like most of the defunct companies woodies.
Cedar Point, also known as „America’s Roller Coast“, is located in Sandusky, Ohio.
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