Is it in good enough shape for possible restoration and/or relocation?
Is it a possibility for any of the rides or anything at all in the
-"Surf Dance" Chris,
who will ride the Flip "N" Out before any coaster!
#1 Mondial fan: Super Nova, Top Scan & Shake
"Roads? Where we're going we don't need roads!"
The thing is *so high* off the ground though, even at it's lowest
points that there's a good chance that none of the track was ever even
I'm sure any of the other steel coasters in the park are salvagable
(save for control/electrical). Just that none of them are probably
As for Megazeph- damn shame. I always thought it was one of the most
underrated woodies anywhere, and the only one that the Gerstlauer
trains didn't detract from the ride experience. Megazeph's strenghs
were in its hidden surprises like the stellar second drop, and amazing
bunny hill run home.
MegaZeph, to me just seemed rough, because aside from being slighty
rougher 6 years later, it was a fairly consistant ride between opening
year and, well, before it became a lake :o)
I might buy moody though. Most of the times I've ridden Villain it's
been incredible. I never at all understood how EVERYONE said it was
this terribly rough ride. Turns out I guess I've been lucky every time
I hit it in the past. And then I rode it this summer. Yuck. It may have
solidified itself as a "never again" ride after how it ran this year!
Now I understand what everyone else says about it!
I can explain. You see, I've been trying to live up to the image of my
hero, Moosh. Since he just got the RRC aloholic award, I thought I too
should take up drinking.
Montu is a lush!
Voyage terrible since PTCs were added? You really are the stuff
(legend)s are made of.
Haven't been allowed near my volare since that incident at day camp