cal1br3tto wrote:If there's a chance we'll see the ride (or half of it) again somewhere, I'm all for it. But what is the likelihood?
Is this related to past rumors of its sale, or is it an entirely new development?
I was just browsing through Intermark and found it surprising that it was sold.
1: Lightning Run, 2: El Toro, 3: Maverick, 4: Xcelerator, 5: Voyage, 6: TTD, 7: Gold Striker, 8: El Loco (Vegas), 9: Millennium Force, 10: Kingda Ka Coaster Credits: 110 (89 steel, 21 wood); Last Coaster Credit: Raptor (CP) [8/22/14]; Last Park Credit: Waldameer [8/21/14] What a season pass??
If it is a park that it was sold to it was probably international, and not very large. I'm thinking this because parks in this country would probably stray away from something with as much bad publicity as chiller.
I won't stop riding roller coasters when I get old. I'll get old when I stop riding roller coasters!
coastercrazy 9 wrote:If it is a park that it was sold to it was probably international, and not very large. I'm thinking this because parks in this country would probably stray away from something with as much bad publicity as chiller.
A park is not going to care about negative publicity (unless a death was involved) but they could be scared away by the maintenance issues.
Last edited by larrygator on Sat Feb 04, 2012 12:39 pm.
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I really hope that chiller can find a nice home in America. One of my earliest memories at Great Adventure was sitting by the fence to Chiller and watching the trains launch. I even saw it stall out once.
I miss chiller sure it hurt at some points but still it was fun! Also I was in the park when I saw that there was a picnic thing back there and people were going through the gates that are normally blocked off I went in chiller station is just right there all the theming is in tack it was incredible!
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