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Hollywood Rip, Ride, Rocket
By admin on September 28, 2011
Coaster Information: I would have to say the Hollywood Rip Ride Rocket is one of my favorite roller coasters a Universal Studios, in Florida. Rip Ride Rocket is a steel custom designed roller coaster featuring and on board sound s...

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    Coaster Information: Lethal Weapon is another fantastic steel inverted roller coaster, manufactured and designed by Vekoma. It’s located at Warner Brothers ,  Movie World in Gold Coast , Queensland Australia. Clearly it got its name from the Lethal Weapon movie series. When riders join the queue, they enter a China Town look a like theme line, complete with a variety of facades such as “L...
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    Coaster Information: The Nighthawk has to be in my top five must try roller coasters! Its great colors and its great style just makes it worth riding. Nighthawk is a steel flying roller coaster at Carowinds, located near Charlotte, North Carolina. They ride was originally based at California’s great America where it was named the Stealth, in 2002. It was designed and manufactured by Vekoma, ...
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