An ex-Australian Turbo’s cars are repainted to new on its arrival to Shongshan China, its new home. Photo courtesy of Imran Russell

Photo courtesy of Imran Russell

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4 Responses to “An ex-Australian Turbo’s cars are repainted to new on its arrival to Shongshan China, its new home. Photo courtesy of Imran Russell”

  1. Bob Swartwood in La got a Chance Turbo from Northern California and it looks like crap.

    Arnie Hallum - November 19th, 2011 at 4:17 pm e

  2. When will they get this attractions in Florida again? I love this ride. I rode it once when I was ten years old. I am 40 years old. How much will this costs to rent for 5 hours.

    Demetrious - December 11th, 2011 at 6:20 pm e

  3. Sometimes I look at the Turbo ride on the internet and wonder if I would ever see another Turbo again and ride it for the very first time. I haven,t seen the Chance Turbo since 1976 and I guess I should had been brave and just get on one, but hopefully some day in the San Francisco Bay Area at any event that has amusement rides. I also wish to ride the Chance Radar that,s similar to the Turbo, the Chance Twister I haven,t ridden since 1984 and if any portable model still operates in the United States, the Rok N Rol or the Squirrel cages, Meteor, as well as many other rides are in my dreams.

    Carlos Saltz - March 18th, 2012 at 6:34 am e

  4. Turbo is still my favroit ride of all time rode it when I was 9 or 10 and I am sure Ive been on a thousand coasters by now no shit either at least a thousand. 49 yrs old but ride at least 50 each yr been in all 50 states to ride them. But for some reason the Turbo still comes up whenever we talk about the best ever. Thanks Guys 4 letting me say that.

    Friday - July 18th, 2012 at 3:21 pm e

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