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James Owen

Save Libertyland to acquire the Zippin Pippin*

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It's sad to see the cars go, but they didn't seem to be in that great of shape anyway circa August 2004 when I last rode it....3 or 4 times in a row on a dead weekday afternoon that I had off from work. :)

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^But between the cars and the track, the track seemed in the worse shape to me. The biggest part of the thrill of the Zippin Pippin was whether the tracks would hold up for the duration of the ride. It was the 2nd oldest operational wooden roller coaster in the States... :D

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The track was absolutely the best part of it. It was wonderful to take a friend on their first roller-coaster ride and explain that the cars are merely sitting on the track and not actually attached in any way before having them face the rickety ride from hell. Not to mention that pine branch that extended out over the track at one part and made you sure that decapitation was imminent.

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