Two-Face SoldSix Flags America: Two-Face at Six Flags America is sold to an unknown buyer.
From Nick MarkhamI just wanted to let you all know that Two-Face: The Flipside at Six Flags America is sold, and we are waiting for the buyer to step up and announce the buy. Until then the buyer remains unknown.
Posted January 13, 2009 at 9:50 PM
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From Eli KatzmanOkay, thanks. How'd you know, anyway, Nick?
Posted January 15, 2009 at 2:27 PM
Yeah, it has been down for about 2 years now, because it got hit by lighting. I'm not sure; I thought that they were too lazy to fix it, or not enough budget, but I guess not, because they sold it...
From Abraham Sadatdon't you think it's because of the spot where it was I mean it was next to a bunch of trees at six flags America, and next to pipes and all the rides that were ever in that spot were defunct and sold maybe they'll have to take thomas town (the new atraction to replace two face:the flipside) in a few of years as well i think they sould reclaim two face:the flipside it was alot of peoples favorite including mine then we can set it up somewhere else because it was in the corner of a bad spot at six flags america please reply
Posted August 16, 2009 at 10:25 AM
From Eli Katzmandude, slow down. And yes, thomas town is coming to SFA in '09, in the same spot (damn it...) Please repeat that "paragraph", but in a way I can understand. I'm only 13 :D
Posted August 16, 2009 at 8:06 PM
From Russ RussA great ride, however in 2005 some cars got stuck on the ride. Two Face closed, for I think the rest of the 2005 season. Then, in 2007, it happened again, but it was for a longer period of time (more than 2 hours). Then Two Face was never used again at Six Flags America. It was put up for auction in 2008 and sold in 2009 to a Brazilian company. That company doesn't want to say who they are. Two Face is in South America now, most likely now being re-built (like when the Wild One was sent here in 1985). LIGHTNING WAS NEVER THE ISSUE! It was publicity!
Posted September 5, 2009 at 10:13 PM
From Eli KatzmanOh, ok. And... you're real name is...
Posted September 8, 2009 at 2:45 PM
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