The Eli Bridge company produced the first Scrambler in 1955 - an amazing success which took the amusement industry by storm. By the end of 1955, 16 units had been manufactured with over 200 orders from waiting buyers!

Known in the USA as the Scrambler, UK as the Twist and Australia as the Cha Cha, the design remains a ‘must-have’ among park and carnival operators because of its timeless popularity and low-maintenance operation.

Whalom Park introduced this new ride to it's patrons on Opening Day, April 12 (Easter Sunday), 1968. The "Scrambler" was the perfect ride  to coincide with the traditional 'Easter Egg' hunt. 
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