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IAAPA 2010 Convention Photos - Orlando

These wheels would look amazing on Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit!

Martin & Vleminckx had some very interesting wood coaster concepts on display.

This is what they are calling the "High Five" coaster...

Yes, this is exactly what it looks like and M&V say that if Shaq and Yao Ming ride, they might actually touch!

And here is the ride layout.

M&V are also responsible for the Zippin Pippin rebuild.

And this...THIS is a launched wooden shuttle... I AM NOT KIDDING!!!

They claim this hill will produce the longest, most sustained moment of airtime ever!

Now this is what IAAPA is all about!

The Gravity Group is showing off the Timberliner trains and FOUR wood coaster projects for 2011.

Hooray! The Voyage WILL open with these in 2011!

Yes, FOUR new Gravity Group woodies in 2011!


Mmmmm.... MUST EAT PIZZA!!!

Intamin had a fantastic year! i305, Thirteen, Formula Rossa...amazing!

Take that bitches!!!

Hanging out with Sador Kernacs from Intamin.

TPR footage at the Intamin booth!

Sandor tells me there will be some changes in i305, and I'm not allowed to mention what I was told, but let me tell you the locals will not be disappointed!!! (oh who are we kidding, they'll bitch anyway!)

Zamperla had lots of new and cool things to show!

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