If you grew up going to Coney Island as a kid, you’ve got a story or two about the Cyclone (if not, just pretend…any old, rickety ride will do). The old wooden roller coaster from the 1920’s retains some of the best folklore from your pre-pubescent years. Trying to impress Sarah Douglas by riding in the front row, hands in the air, your little 50 lb. body flopping all over the place, barely contained by the flimsy guardrail. And don’t forget the funnel cake re-dux afterwards. Good times. Create an ode to your old summer pastime by keeping the Classic Wooden Roller Coaster ($700) on display. Whenever you’re feeling nostalgic you can fire up the 1:48 scale-working model crafted from 464 pieces of laser-cut birch, and reminisce. If you want to recreate those hot summer nights, the tiny coaster is illuminated by flashing LEDs too. Post a pic on Facebook and Sarah D. won’t be able to help herself.