This is an exacting build of the iconic "Mystery Machine" from the
Scooby-Doo cartoon series. The A100 was the most accurate
representation of the van penned by the legendary Hanna-Barbera
team, with each piece measured for accuracy. Expert craftsman Ty
Bennett purchased a well-preserved original Dodge A100 and set out
to do a comprehensive tribute to the Mystery Machine. All sheet
metal was preserved. It has a factory 225ci slant-6 engine equipped
with a 3-speed column-shifted manual transmission. Paint colors
were computer-matched and applied based on computerized
calculations using an original gel cell from the TV series. All the
decals were likewise measured to scale and applied to the van using
the modeling. The interior was created to mirror the era, creating
a "groovy pad" for the gang to hang out in. The floor is shag
carpeting with painted walls to match the carpeting and the times.
There are three plush beanbag chairs and cutouts of the characters
from the show, as well as a giant dog dish matching the show
example perfectly. Finally, there is an illuminated sitting area
that is a throwback to the late '60s. The van has a rad appearance,
echoing the times and styles of that bygone era. This Mystery
Machine has been invited to countless events and is always a huge
hit when being shown. A large assortment of display materials is
included with the van.
1966 Dodge A100
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