Most Disneyland visitors would describe the old cars on the Matterhorn ride as aging and cramped.
The chairman of the National Roller Coaster Museum and Archives is calling the cars "the holy grail" of roller coaster artifacts.
Disneyland announced Tuesday that it had donated two of the cars from the Matterhorn Bobsled attraction at the Anaheim theme park to the museum in Arlington, Texas. Museum officials couldn't be happier.
“The Matterhorn started the modern era of roller coaster design and launched the themed ride industry,” said museum Chairman Gary Slade.