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Log Jammer And Eagle’s Flight Pieces Up For Auction

By on 02/18/2015

If you’re a huge Six Flags Magic Mountain fan, like I am, you now have the opportunity to buy your very own piece of the park’s history. This coming Saturday, February 21st, is the 2015 Celebrity Waiter Dinner. As a fundraising event that benefits the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center, there will also be an auction held, with a couple of historic items up for bid from Six Flags Magic Mountain’s past.

The first item is one of the buckets from Eagle’s Flight. This item is a diamond in the rough. A little sandpaper, paint, and elbow grease will make this piece as good as new and the crown jewel in your collection of park memorabilia:


Eagle’s Flight transported people around the park high overhead for 23 years, from the day the park opened in 1971 until 1994:


Another classic piece up for auction is the fiberglass shell of one of the Log Jammer “logs”. I’ve often thought that these old logs would make great benches or couches if one knew what they were doing. How about the ultimate go-kart? A definite conversation starter regardless of what you do with it or where you put it:


Log Jammer was a beloved flume ride that kept park visitors cool in the hot summer sun for 40 years, from the day the park opened in 1971 until 2011, when it was removed to make way for Full Throttle:


If you’re looking to help out a great cause, and add a couple of classic pieces to your Six Flags Magic Mountain memorabilia collection, then you won’t want to miss this event. It will be held on Saturday, February 21st, in the Grand Ballroom of the Valencia Hyatt Regency Hotel, from 5-10:00 pm. Tickets are $125/each and can be purchased online from the SCV Senior Center web site.

If you end up buying one of these pieces, I’d love to come see it and take some pictures, so let me know!


  1. Ana

    02/18/2015 at 9:59 pm

    I would love to own the log jammer boat since that is where i had my first kiss with my significant other. =)

  2. tina

    03/04/2015 at 5:16 pm

    Why are they only selling one of the boats when they have at least 20-30 boats that they could auction off.

    • The Coaster Guy

      03/04/2015 at 9:07 pm

      These items were donated by a private collector, not the park.

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