Six Flags To Build Second Coaster at Fiesta Texas?

Wednesday, November 6, 2002 3:33 PM

Six Flags To Build Second Coaster at Fiesta Texas

According to this "interesting" new brief, Six Flags Fiesta Texas was supposed to get a family coaster in 2000 along with Superman. The coaster was to be created by Miler and cost $2 million dollars. The Boardwalk Canyon Blaster, is the self titled name and it was supposed to go by the boardwalk.

My question is, why was it never built? Is it replacing Joker's Revenge along with another coaster or big attraction down by the boardwalk? Is this all one big fat lie? All the other news reported is true below, but I'm still sceptical on this one.

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*** This post was edited by Vertigo on 11/6/2002. ***

Wednesday, November 6, 2002 3:36 PM

The company Sent the Coaster before they were supposted to. Six Flags packed it up, and sent it back since they sent it early.

*** This post was edited by sfft_freak on 11/6/2002. ***

Wednesday, November 6, 2002 3:41 PM
Uhm, what?

.:| Brandon Rodriguez |:.

Wednesday, November 6, 2002 3:53 PM
If you got a coaster early why would you send it back. I mean if you have it sent to you, you have payed for it and everything. Knowing upper level managment at Six Flags they cancelled it at the last minute (every dicision they make is last second)
Have you hugged a Beemer today?
Wednesday, November 6, 2002 4:03 PM

The coaster was a Zierer. It was never installed due to budget cuts from what I've heard. The coaster sat at Fiesta Texas from 2000-2001 as it could be seen stored in the back area adjacent to Poltergiest.

The coaster was packed up and sent to Spain .. I believe it's Tom and Jerry at WBMW Madrid now.



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