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July 16, 2007
Cypress Gardens is back on track with Florida's oldest surviving wooden roller coaster.
The park reassembled the "Starliner" piece by piece, after moving it from an old amusement park in Panama City Beach.
Cypress Gardens invested more than $4 million in reassembling the ride, one of only four remaining wooden coasters in the state.
It successfully debuted Friday. It was one of park's longest lines as people waited for their turn on the Starliner.
The Starliner was built in 1963.
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