Yesterday, while on line for El Toro, I was in back of these two people, I think they were probobly husband and wife. I noticed the guys shirt, and it was for a world coaster tour. Can't remember what the name of the tour was, and his wife had a shirt that said "coaster chick" on it. I also pointed them out to my friend, I heard the women ask something to the guy, and his answer was that they build El Toro in Germany and shiped the parts to GADV to assemble it. Um, I think they constructed it at the park. He might have been joking, but I don't know.
Well they're somewhat correct. El Toro was manufactured over in Europe. The track was prefabricated in a factory and it was shipped to Great Adventure to be assembled by snapping the pieces together, hence the term Plug-n-Play.