I just pre-ordered two more 35th Anniversary Vehicles from Tokyo Disneyland, on eBay. They're called Dream Cruisers and look partly like a bus, but cut out in back, and opened up on top like a parade float.
Very cool gift, Bert. I'm sure it's one of your most treasured souvenirs.
And ^^ your Disney/Knott's tickets collection is a-ma-zing! Wow, and I thought I had a few good retro DL tickets, lol. And I don't think I have any from my early Knott's visits back in...1963 and 1975? Excellent collection, you have.
My only display (it's on the stairway wall) of DL A-E tickets I saved.
Nrthwnd wrote:^ WoW! You're a very lucky grandson, lol! Any ideas on how to expand it all, if need be? Although I do see you have some space, still.
Haha, yes I am. My grandfather loves to tinker with carpentry so he was happy to make me it. I think it has enough space for a shot glass from all the USA parks. Once I start going international I will ask him to make another shelf!
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