I love clicking on www.rcdb.com because I never know what will show up!
This coaster is like a Toboggan meets .... Ron Toomer. It's really crazy looking.
The guy running it looks like he's busy texting.
Nothing instills confidence like buckets of rust and a cell phone charger and headphones strewn haphazardly across the operator's panel.
"Hey, this looks like a more terrible version of another terrible ride... except this one's rusty and run by a guy who won't even notice if it collapses."
At first I thought the name translated meant "insane Chinese coaster", but now I see that the name is "outer space flying car". I think both names are probably appropriate. :)
Reminds me of this deathtrap. The best thing about it is its method of propulsion:
This shuttle loop does not use an electric motor to lift the car up the hill. It is lifted up the hill by "human" power.
Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened.
^^ Or this one, Vater, at the same "park".
I will never complain about charm-free parks here in the U.S. again.
^That coaster seems to have more charm than the infield and surrounding areas of I-305. I'll give it that much. (Which isn't very much.)
Wow. All that park needs to do is add some skeletons to all those abandoned cars sitting about. Then they'll have charm.
Awesome find Demon! I love when stuff like this pops up at RCDB. It does look like someone screwed with a Toboggan. The liberal use of tape on the trains is a bit disturbing.
Ok, I had to edit my post, because I was obviously looking at the wrong coaster. It actually does kind of look like a crazy toboggan coaster that somebody turned into a looping coaster. But, it's still kinda lame. I thought I would never see a looping coaster smaller than the corkscrew at Michigan's Adventure. I'll bet it's painful to ride.
Another crazy coaster in China, is the Mad Mouse coaster I found on Youtube that has a verticle loop in it. They have a lot of very odd coasters there. this looks like a carnival ride to me.
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