Yes, although I imagine there may be a second train floating around, perhaps anyway? Gerstlauer and Sunkid have made new Schwarzkopf trains and I think there may be a few original trains floating about at the moment (rumour is Mindbender is getting Revolution's trains and Alpina Bahn got new trains earlier in the year for example) so there are a few options.This is excellent news! I'm guessing the ride/trains will be getting somewhat refurbished due to the accident?
I’ve got no idea where Indiana Beach are gonna fit this!
Mindbender at Galaxyland is in my top 5, and this coaster looks just as good if not even better than that.
I'd wait another year if I were you.So excited I get to contemplate another year on if I should drive the 4+ hours to Indiana Beach for a credit run!
This. I loved it at Flamingoland and was worried that, years later and with way more coasters done, I'd be disappointed doing it again. It was actually more forceful in Mexico though, but felt decidedly sketchy for reasons which became clear not long after. If they get it running to the old Flamingoland spec, it'll still be excellent, though.I wonder how it will run compared to how it ran at la feria, it was insanely fast and forceful when I rode, but that was probably with it operating beyond the safe limits. Hopefully it won't end up too neutered with trims and brakes when it reopens.
ahhh... the US...just 11 hours' drive from me