|A postcard with a photograph of Wabash Cannonball|
|Propulsion||Chain lift hill|
|Top speed||50 mph|
The roller coaster was introduced in late June 1975.
Premier Parks bought the ride and twelve others from the closed park and placed them on the spot of Old Indiana Fun-n-Water Park, where they planned to build a new theme park. Since Premier Parks where focusing on their recently acquired Six Flags parks, this didn't happen and the ride lay in storage until 2003, when it was eventually scrapped.
The ride had a double corkscrew.
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