Thinking about visiting Disneyland? How about owning a ride?

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You can go to Disneyland to ride on an attraction — just like everyone else. Or you can own a Disneyland attraction car ride.

Several vintage attraction car rides will be among more than 800 items of memorabilia from Disneyland offered in a live auction Nov. 21 from Van Eaton Galleries’ “Collecting Disneyland” auction.

According to the Sherman Oaks, California-based gallery and auction, the sale is a “rare opportunity to own original Disneyland attraction ride cars.”

The cars include two original Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover ride cars, a Skyway to Fantasyland bucket ride car and a Space Mountain ride vehicle.

The PeopleMover attraction debuted on July 2, 1967 and ran until August 21, 1995. Van Eaton says the two PeopleMover ride cars being offered are among only 13 still known to exist. They come with a custom-fabricated control panel and plays a two-minute explanation of the ride by a 1967 tour guide. The estimated value is $200,000 to $300,000 for the pair.

The PeopleMover is among many Disneyland Memorabilia items set for auction.
The PeopleMover is among many Disneyland Memorabilia items set for auction.

The Skyway with its hanging, ski-gondola-style cars ran from June 23, 1956, until November 9, 1994, carrying visitors between Tomorrowland and Fantasyland, and it required a “D” ticket to ride.

Beginning in 1959, the aerial tour included a trip through the Matterhorn attraction. Being offered at the auction is an original 1967 “bucket vehicle” used from 1965-94. Its pre-auction estimated value is $5,000 to $10,000.

Also offered is one of the cars that carried Disneyland visitors on the Space Mountain indoor rollercoaster thrill ride. Space Mountain opened May 27, 1977. The red, white and blue ride car offered at the auction includes a functional radio and has a pre-auction estimated value of $50,000 to $60,000.

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