This Jr. George Rollerball, finished in Antique Brass, has a body made from wood reclaimed from the Mean Streak rollercoaster at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio.
When first opened to the public on May 11, 1991, The Mean Streak was the tallest wooden rollercoaster in the works with the longest drop height at the time. The coaster would take it’s riders up the initial 161 foot tall hill, then drop them at an angle of 52 degrees for a thrilling trip over more than 5400 feet of track. The rollercoaster closed in September of 2016 and was subsequently retired.
The body of this pen is turned from Southern Yellow Pine that was used as supports for various sections of the track. The cap is a custom cast Mean Streak logo. A certificate of authenticity is included.
This pen takes standard rollerball refill cartridges, available at most office supply stores and numerous retailers online.