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The Archimedes Marble Rollercoaster

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The Archimedes Marble Rollercoaster was built in 1990-91 by Mark Schutte. It is made of balsa wood and with the exception of the ball-bearing lift in the back, uses gravity to propel the ride. Great stuff!

via The Awesomer.

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