Tin Lizzies

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Tin Lizzies
De Oude Tuffer Efteling.JPG
Ride entrance
Efteling
StatusOperating
Opening date1984 (1984)
General statistics
Attraction type Vintage car ride
Manufacturer Mack Rides
DesignerJoop Geesink
Length590 m (1,940 ft)
Capacity1,200 riders per hour
Vehicle type Ford Model T
Vehicles17
Riders per vehicle4
Duration6 minutes

Tin Lizzies (or Old-timers ; "De Oude Tuffer" in Dutch) is a car ride in the amusement park Efteling in the Netherlands. The attraction was designed by Joop Geesink and built by Mack Rides, and started operating in 1984.

History and details

In this junior ride passengers take place in a Ford Model T that are guided over a metal rail which is mounted in the ground. There is some need for steering to make the ride as smooth as possible, while passing a creek, trees and flower beds.

The ride is based on the Whip by William F. Mangels.

Speed: 6.5 km/h
Ride length: 590 m in 6 min.
Number of Flivvers: 17 (capacity of 4)
Ride capacity: 1200 passengers per hour

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