SFNO Hearse Details

Wednesday, August 30, 2006 5:42 PM
Im currently trying to find info on the SixFlags NewOrleans hearse. The kind of information im looking for is the specs on what was in the vehicle itself like what type of headunit,speakers,ect where in the car before it was looted. Any information or pictures will be greatly appreciated.
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Wednesday, August 30, 2006 6:54 PM
why?
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Wednesday, August 30, 2006 7:03 PM
If my name doesn't give it away I work for six flags. It so happens Six Flags America was given the SFNO hearse. The problem is we need to replace some of the stuff that was stolen but there is a lack of paperwork on the hearse seeing as the paperwork was lost. We would like to get this vehicle up and running seeing as it blows our hearse out of the water.
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Wednesday, August 30, 2006 11:06 PM
Well actually no your name did not give it away. That would be like you assuming I work for NIKE because my name is Swoosh.

Are you trying to tell me that none of the park officials from the old SFNO have any reconciliation regarding the hearse? If so, that just goes to show how bad this company has become.

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Thursday, August 31, 2006 12:13 PM
If the equipment in the vehicle was all aftermarket, you can replace it with whatever you want really. Take it to a local car audio shop and let them go to town on it.
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Thursday, August 31, 2006 12:29 PM
Um, why did SFA get it and what else is being exported from SFNO? Was that park officially wrote off yet? I'm assuming it was a hearse use for FrightFest, in which case i agree with GothamJ. When I saw your post i thought it was a symbolic reference to removal transport of the attractions from SFNO. I already saw the Astroworld stuff so no need to go into that since I don't think you'all have made any anouncements.

The scariest thing that could be stuffed in there would be good customer service - that would scare the crap out of people who are used to the Six Flags apathy.

I was down there recently and was apalled at the lack of customer care of even the slightest bit. I could go into details if you'd like, but seeing as you work there I'll spare it.

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Thursday, August 31, 2006 4:28 PM
How many FF hearses does SFA need? last year I counted at least two throughout the park.

What the park needs is a new ride or two <in the themepark>& to cut back on the waterpark expansion already.

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Thursday, August 31, 2006 5:07 PM
Well Steve the comments above are typical of loyal CoasterBuzz users. You asked a perfectly good question hoping to get information that would make the guest experience at SFA better ie: a better Hearse for FF, and all you get back is smartass remarks, the usual Six Flags hate that Coasterbuzz breeds so well, and no help whatsoever!

It's almost predictable LOL, yet Sad.

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Friday, September 1, 2006 8:23 AM
While I have no info for you, I can vouch for the type of comments usually made on these boards.
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Friday, September 1, 2006 8:55 AM
Boy, I bet that hearse smells real good. How many dead fish did you find in the engine compartment?

Considering you'll have to replace the whole electrical system, it won't really matter what type of system was in it. Build it over again: Serious amp, huge subs and good enclosures.

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Friday, September 1, 2006 9:07 AM

SixFlagsKingdaKa said:
Well Steve the comments above are typical of loyal CoasterBuzz users. You asked a perfectly good question hoping to get information that would make the guest experience at SFA better ie: a better Hearse for FF, and all you get back is smartass remarks, the usual Six Flags hate that Coasterbuzz breeds so well, and no help whatsoever!

It's almost predictable LOL, yet Sad.


Yes! Coasterbuzz breeds Six Flags hate, not people's experiences at Six Flags! No doubt.

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Friday, September 1, 2006 11:22 AM

Vincent Greene said:Yes! Coasterbuzz breeds Six Flags hate, not people's experiences at Six Flags! No doubt.

If someone here or anywhere else isn't aware that Six Flags has problems they've been living under a rock!

The ultimate act of respect a park can offer to enthusiasts is to ask for their help or advice. The above people spat on that request and disrespected the person from Six Flags. THAT is sad and pathetic!

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Friday, September 1, 2006 12:20 PM
I'm suspicious about the authenticity of the initial post.

Why would anyone from a park come onto an enthusiast discussion board asking for official specifications about company-internal equipment?

I think this is a hoax.

- J

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Friday, September 1, 2006 12:52 PM
^Perhaps the official specs were destroyed in the flood? That'd be my guess.
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Friday, September 1, 2006 3:17 PM
Could there be any more irony in this thread?

1. That a storm that killed 1800+ people should serve as the relocation catalyst for a hearse.

2. That folks taking shots at Six Flags customer service are following the same footsteps by not addressing the problem/question itself in this thread.

3. That we are actually discussing the sound system in a hearse prop (and that somehow only the original configuration will work -- that can't be right).

4. That I have nothing material to contribute yet I have extended this thread by the count of one more pointless post.

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Friday, September 1, 2006 4:11 PM

ErinGoBraugh said:
I'm suspicious about the authenticity of the initial post.

Why would anyone from a park come onto an enthusiast discussion board asking for official specifications about company-internal equipment?

I think this is a hoax.

- J


She's on to something. I smelled something fishy when I first read the post......it might have been my feet though. But agreed, something seems strange about this post.

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Friday, September 1, 2006 5:20 PM

FLYINGSCOOTER said:
^Perhaps the official specs were destroyed in the flood? That'd be my guess.

Why would an employee come onto a discussion board to find official specifications, internal corporate information? I think this is someone trying to pry official specifications out of anyone here who feels (1.) more than happy to help and (2.) rather proud of the fact that they know.

If I were a six flags employee, I'd keep my mouth shut, but then I've always been a person who hates being fired.

- J

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Friday, September 1, 2006 5:22 PM
DorneyDante - El Toro was like wooden steel through melting butter, was it not? Rode in the backmost seat and it was glorious.

- J

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Friday, September 1, 2006 5:28 PM
Sure a lot of new "faces" posting on this thread. Hmmm.... ;)
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Friday, September 1, 2006 5:36 PM

FLYINGSCOOTER said:
Boy, I bet that hearse smells real good. How many dead fish did you find in the engine compartment?


Well now they know whwere in the park to put it.Here's my suggestion: stick it somewhere in nantucket,it'll fit in real well with that seaside theme...especially with real authentic dead fish to provide the perfect oceanfront ambience.

Who says SF doesn't theme their parks? I don't know about you but the smell of ripe fish in a hearse in a seaside themed section of the park is about as authentic as it gets! ROFLMAO!

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