New GCI Wood Coaster Coming To Six Flags Magic Mountain
Posted 24 June 2008 - 01:13 PM
If I had to guess, it will be another clone of the Evel Knievel coaster just added to Six Flags St. Louis, which was a clone of Thunderbird in Finland. I'm kind of surprised they're building a woodie with all the building codes for them in California. If I remember correctly I think that it was what spoiled Psyclone was the extra structure needed for earthquake proofing it.
It will be interesting to see just how much themeing this gets...
Posted 24 June 2008 - 01:24 PM
Woodies don;t need theming. They just need...nevermind.
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Posted 27 September 2008 - 07:32 AM
Terminator SalvationDemolition crews have begun to clear space for the new Six Flags Magic Mountain wooden roller coaster scheduled to open Memorial Day weekend 2009.
The Great Coasters International woodie will be built next to the Déjà Vu looping steel coaster and in the same location as Psyclone, a reviled wooden coaster mercifully removed from the Valencia amusement park in 2006.
Despite the outcry in Internet forums at the obvious incongruity, the new wooden coaster will almost certainly carry the futuristic name Terminator: The Ride, a tie-in with the upcoming movie.
Scheduled to premiere in May 2009, “Terminator: Salvation” stars Christian Bale in the fourth installment of the sci-fi franchise, directed this time by McG.
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