The mind of madness . . . “I often take the cars out on food deliveries, because I love the way they make people point and smile when they recognize them from a movie or TV show," says owner Steve Wieand, who fixes up the cars himself as a side hobby. "I can pull up next to a sixty-year-old lady and instantly transport her back to childhood when she sees the Mystery Machine. That’s often another way I get paid in this business.”
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Re: The Mystery Machine / Scooby Doo Van
#745127 February 10th 2019 3:20 pmFebruary 10th 2019 3:20 pm
I have seen a couple of the Scooby vans done up well and great looking. The one is owned by a lady from Butler, PA and I believe the other is an Ohio van. I seen it at the NATS several years ago. That hearse gal pic reminds me of the 70s and 80s when guys would buy one and use it as an everyday vehicle. There was one in my area that the guy had painted bright orange, stuck out anywhere he drove it. Most people wanted nothing to do with a hearse and they usually had very low miles, in excellent condition, and could be purchased cheap, and they always seemed to have a huge gas guzzling motor in them.