I think everyone does!
I'm new here - I hope it is ok to post this. It's not exactly "save the planet" or anything, but still a nice cause for coaster and theme park fans.
The facebook page is gaining momentum:
Check out the 1976 TV commercial!
After years and years of whining and complaining, someone is finally trying to get some attention, and try to restore a classic. The "committee" over there is looking for people to help out; ideas, suggestions, pictures - old and new, etc. Anything positive and towards a solution is welcome. ("It's never gonna happen" is tired; let's try to be part of the solution, here.)
Even if you doubt it happening - just hit the *like* button and share. When you are riding under those trees, speeding along on a cool summer night, free of the painful and view blocking shoulder harnesses - you can say you did your *little* part
The rumor that some California law prohibits the removal of the shoulder bars is false. Dead in the water. Triple verified. So it can happen. What it comes down to is for Six Flags to see a ROI on the investment to "fix up" the ride and let people enjoy this classic, beautiful coaster again.