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Length:1,100 ft
Inversions:0
Duration:1:20

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Trains:6 cars. Riders are arranged 2 across in 2 rows for a total of 4 riders per car.
History:Rebuilt in 1999.
Notes:Scott Manning took down the Wildcat, but it did not go to his Fort Fun Amusement Park in Eastbourne, East Sussex UK, which he owns along with Louise Manning.  The two also operate traveling fairs under the names Mannings Fairview Co and JEA Mannings and Sons International.  The Wildcat became part of these shows.
Operating schedule:After Pleasureland Southport closed in 2006, the Wildcat was removed.  It then returned and left a number of times -- most often leaving shortly after this site lists it as a permanent attraction.  Once again the Wildcat has returned long enough to be considered a permanent attraction.  Each time the Wildcat has been located in its original spot.  It's beyond the scope of this site to attempt to list each of its prior stays.

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