Don Rosser was a roller coaster designer and worked on six roller coasters, built from April 1973 to March 1980. He worked with William Cobb on four projects.
|Great American Scream Machine||Six Flags Over Georgia||Austell, Georgia, USA||March 31, 1973||Operating|
|Screamin' Eagle||Six Flags St. Louis||Eureka, Missouri, USA||April 10, 1976||Operating|
|Texas Cyclone||Six Flags AstroWorld||Houston, Texas, USA||June 12, 1976||Closed October 30, 2005|
Formerly Florida Hurricane
|Magic Springs & Crystal Falls
Boardwalk and Baseball
Hot Springs, Arkansas, USA|
Haines City, Florida, USA
|May 30, 1995
Closed January 1, 1990
|Rolling Thunder||Six Flags Great Adventure||Jackson, New Jersey, USA||1979||Closed September 8, 2013|
|Judge Roy Scream||Six Flags Over Texas||Arlington, Texas, USA||March 1, 1980||Operating|
Rosser was also involved in the reprofiling of Colossus at Six Flags Magic Mountain along with Bill Cobb.
- ↑ "Huge Roller Coaster Opens for Festivities", The Daily Herald (1979-12-26), pp. 27. Retrieved on 13 October 2022.
- Don Rosser on the Roller Coaster DataBase.