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Mechanical My Little Pony Ride: Insert Coin for Friendship

by Conner Flynn
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Need more My Little Pony excitement? Sure you do. This is Iron Hoof, a mechanical pony ride. He can withstand up to 286 pounds. So even the largest brony can get on and experience a variable 3-speed ride. It’s a neat store front ride for anyone willing to pony up the change.

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Hey, MLP fans need to be able to ride ponies, just like Star Wars fans want to ride in an X-Wing. This machine plays music and is built over a welded steel frame with a real saddle on top. It has two coin slots, just like a regular storefront horsey ride.

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It was built by DeviantART members Markus K., Saer Fallensun, Snow Chetah, and irgendeinwolf for GalaCon 2014, a brony convention in Ludwigsburg, Germany. It’s for sale if you want to ride off into the sunset on it.

[via Neatorama]

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