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Looks pretty cool !
I wonder if you can combine several sets to make more of a "real" and complex coaster ?
If so, with some modifications, it might have even more potential than the Six Flags coaster toys.
Current favorite coasters:
Wooden: 1) Beast 2) Raven 3) Son of Beast 4) The Boss 5) Timber Wolf
Steel: 1) Raging Bull 2) Millennium Force 3) V2 4) Wild Thing 5) Mr. Freeze
*** This post was edited by Joe Carroll on 10/31/2002. ***
There's plenty of potential with the six flags coaster toy. I have a set and you can create top hat elements, overbanked turns, stengel dives, vertical loops, corkscrews, helixes, and countless other track elements. Plus, you can have enclosed sit down cars (vekoma/arrow/morgan ect.)
Open sit down cars ( B & M hypercoaster style)
Or SLC like inverted cars
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I'm amazed they haven't got much talk on here about all the sets. A few sets even have the name roller coaster in them. My favorite set is the one with the Shark, Roller Coaster Hill and turns. Where you have to race the car down the track and hope the shark doesn't eat your car :) I know almost all Hot Wheel sets can be combined in one way or another. Their best sets to do this are the ones where you just get a ton of track and some launch parts. you can have 100's of feet combined and do loops, hills, and more. I have seen some pretty neat looking stuff with those sets.
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