To go along with that. . .
http://www.wbiw.com/local/archive/2...cooby-doo-will-be-in-linton-saturday.php

The Original Mystery Machine is a 1966 Dodge A100 van that was originally owned and operated by the Hanna-Barbera Studios.

The Original Mystery Machine is now owned by Robin Terry of Auburn, Ill. Terry tours around with the van and Scooby to many different events and charity functions to help organizations such as The Lost Limbs Foundation. Robin is also the owner of Ashmore Estates in Ashmore, Ill., an historical site featured on shows such as 'Ghost Hunters' and 'Ghost Adventures'.

Terry says that he keeps the van touring because "it is exciting to see the smiles on children's faces aging from 5-75 when they recognize it

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Devil's Ways Van Club, Est 2017, Members 1

77 Dodge, "Devil's Way" Street Van

Mystery Machine / Scooby Doo Van
RIP - 77 Dodge B200 Tradesman - AKA "The Ex"

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