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May 4, 2012: One City, Two Moonliners

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  • May 4, 2012: One City, Two Moonliners



    Please discuss it here.
    Werner Weiss
    Curator of Yesterland, featuring discontinued Disneyland attractions

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    Re: May 4, 2012: One City, Two Moonliners

    When I built my own Moonliner model, I was most impressed with what a good design it actually is. I found that, with proper nose weight, it will fly straight and true without any additional fins at all! It makes sense when you realize that they were actually trying to design what could be a practical prototype, and not just a Tomorrowland "weenie." lol

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      Re: May 4, 2012: One City, Two Moonliners

      Wow the Moonlinner did make it to "Tomorrow".


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        Re: May 4, 2012: One City, Two Moonliners

        Thank you for the article Werner it was very entertaining.

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          Re: May 4, 2012: One City, Two Moonliners

          I remember Bruce Gordon talking about the Moonliner II and possibly trying to buy it for Disneyland's Tomorrowland 1998 upgrade. CocaCola was a sponser of the new Moonliner's return, and celebrating it's many years and image changes, and I designed a Classic Coke bottle with rocket like fins based on the Moonliner on a "Coke through the Ages" Poster. PD
          Last edited by DisWedWay; 05-05-2012, 05:42 PM.

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            Re: May 4, 2012: One City, Two Moonliners

            Good article, Werner. Thanks!

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