...yellow and orange flame-emblazoned, candy-apple red or purple fin-tailed hot rods.
As well as:
...with a capacity of 20 people per train
Now those pics don't look like there's 20 in a train, more like 12. Why do I think this train is there for pull through purposes?
The 4th row headrest is just nothing special. It looks taller because of the stadium seating of the trains and the angle the picture was taken from. Other than the outer shells of the coaches and braking system, these trains are pretty much the same as MF.
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*** This post was edited by ShiveringTim on 5/13/2002. ***
Hey ShiveringTim, I'm pretty sure that something is different about the one headrest. It's not the angle of the picture and the stadium seating, there is an extension of the headrest quite evident on the final picture along with a quote from the person who took the picture pointing out such. Wonder what it's for?
Unless theyre gonna add another middle car to that train...It looks pretty complete. In the last picture its clear that the first car is the actual first car and the last is the actual last due to the fins. Not too worried tho, I still believe due to the lack of a lift and such a short run lines'll still move d at a decent clip.
I imagine it would be easier for them to do the pull though with just three cars instead of all five cars. I'm pretty sure that they'll add the other two when they begin testing, or maybe not....who knows?