I think SF is probably the only group I can think of right now that would buy Max RPM. It's oddball, yet cheap enough to fit a number of their parks. It's too much of a risk for a smaller park to take on.
Other than the B&M and the mine train, was there anything else at this park worth watching? I don't remember there being many good flat rides.
Because of the unique lift, that is the one ride at the park I hope finds a new home. I'm sure with them able to sell off the rides now they are making sure they still work to show off to potential buyers.
Thanks for the link to IOE's Facebook page! Fascinating stuff.
So cool that they thought, and are allowed, to promote their company by giving people a glance at the behind the scenes goings-on! That had to be surreal to be in the park, trying to get the ride going and then actually watch cars cycle! Curious if he's by himself, or if they have a maintenance guy with him to help clear the track/controls of weeds etc.
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