I honestly hope so
I don't know man, six flags is pretty well known for delivering new ride concepts. If it weren't for them, B&M wouldn't be making coasters and RMC might have had their first conversion elsewhere.Now is Six Flags Great Adventure this interested customer for either a T-Rex or this new product? My money is on no, but as it was already mentioned, if any Six Flags park was to pull the trigger on one, it'd be Great Adventure.
Ah right, so this delivery would likely be within a closer range i.e. within the New York/New Jersey area. Thanks for the clarification @CoasterMac305!^Norfolk, VA would likely be the port that for that. In fact, there was an Intamin shipment there last month, but that shipment got tracked after it arrived and it went to Kentucky Kingdom.
In theory yes though why it would be shipped to Newark and not Norfolk would be strange. That said if it was cheaper to have it shipped to Newark and not Norfolk then it's not out of the question.Is there a possibility it could be for Project MMXX at Busch Gardens Williamsburg, then?
It's Six Flags. WCR didn't go vertical until like March.To add to GADv related discussion - I do recall rumors of the next coaster potentially reusing some of Rolling Thunder's space, but it's been quiet on the construction marker and ground work front. It's not out of the question for them to wait a few more weeks or months before they start diggin' the dirts, but the lack of evidence leads me to believe that next year is not the year.
It has been built...Could it be for the Intamin Surfrider that was supposedly going to NU but seems to have not been built yet?