Two original cars from the Disneyland PeopleMover ride are expected to make $200,000-300,000 at Van Eaton Galleries in Sherman Oaks, California.
The sale will take place on November 21.
The ride opened in 1967 and offered a tour of the Tomorrowland section of the first park in Anaheim, California.
It was designed as a prototype for mass transit for American cities, although it never caught on outside the confines of the park.
The original closed down in 1995, although another one in Disneyland Florida remains in operation.
Only 13 cars PeopleMover cars have survived to the present day. Of these, the two offered in the sale are the only examples to boast restored undercarriages built with input from the ride's designer.
Other highlights from the sale include an extremely rare 1956 Rocket to the Moon poster, which carries an estimate of $15,000-20,000.
The lot advertises the iconic Tomorrowland ride and is one of only a handful of remaining examples.
Van Eaton's last sale of Disneyland memorabilia proved hugely popular, generating $1.7m.
The highlight was undoubtedly an Enchanted Tiki Room bird, which sold for $153,400.
We have a copy of Walt Disney's America signed by various voice actors and animators for sale.
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