quote:Originally posted by Matt C.If I am not mistaken, CVS had some in one of their old F&B Bumper Car buildings a few years back.Carnevil, you out there?
quote:Originally posted by GACC
quote:Originally posted by Matt C.If I am not mistaken, CVS had some in one of their old F&B Bumper Car buildings a few years back.Carnevil, you out there?Geren bought a GM bumper cars from CVS and had it at Coney Island last year.http://www.flickr.com/ph...n/set-72157622197065821/ Geren also owns a TM bumper cars so I dont know if they plan on using it during their regular season.
quote:Originally posted by ScottI hope to pick one of the 60-80' models soon for our park.
quote:Originally posted by PinetarWe were able to unload, load and start in 10 seconds. No bs, I timed it.
quote:Originally posted by TedRay Cammack has a "ground mount" euro style one where the axles pull out from underneath, its huge! If Indianhead Amusements outta Spooner WI is still on the road they move a Floyd and Baxter. Then I know last year when I was at Strates auction they had one out there, not too sure if someone bought it or is moving it?
quote:Originally posted by PinetarTed asked for skooters on the road but answers are all over the place, so let me include this one.Reverchon, imported by A.J. Sunny Amusement Co, in 1965 to the port of cleveland, Ohio.This pic was taken in 69 on Fraiser World Fair Shows, Pueblo, Colorado.Ten men, 10 hours to set up. The cars used the Euro system with tokens inserted in each car. So tokens were sold instead of ducats. We were able to unload, load and start in 10 seconds. No bs, I timed it.Had a big day in Tallahassee as a result of the system we used.
quote:Originally posted by AGSIf I'm correct, Fiesta Shows - still has theirs. I havn't seen it for at least 2 years, but I believe they still use it for the "big spots". It is a Floyd + Baxter unit.(photo is located on the 4th page in the Fiesta Shows album in webshots - below) They also now have a(wanna say) 90' Scooter.