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Scooby now standard

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Yea I noticed that too. :)

The original from MACK Rides now runs wild. Make it become a darkride (ghost train?) and suprise your guests with a coaster finale.
Sound familiar? It advertises the track layout can support 17 trains. I've always though Scooby-Doo had 18 trains... or is that 17 trains on the track and 1 in the maintenance bay?

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It advertises the track layout can support 17 trains. I've always though Scooby-Doo had 18 trains... or is that 17 trains on the track and 1 in the maintenance bay?
Just a question, where is the maintenance bay? LOL! I wouldnt have a clue... Im obviously not looking hard enough! :D

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Im not entirely sure that it is now a standard "clone" layout parks can purchase, they are just examples. Both of them are fairly unconventional and space inefficient layouts. I think they are more just demonstrations of the companys capabilites.

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Yea, that's exactly what I was thinking. It's an 'example' of their previous work. Does anyone know if Example #2 is a real ride?

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