Fans of Scooby-Doo, an American businessman who had a mysterious machine, the famous truck from the animated series!
Recently, West Coast Customs, a company popular for their vehicle customizations, was launched version of the mystery machine. Scooby-Doo fans know it all too well: this is the truck that the Scooby-Doo members use Gas associated. This group of Scooby-Doo and his collaborators featured Western culture from the 1970s through the early 2000s.
And even in 2023, fans of the TV series persisted. So much so that someone made an application of their own West Coast Customs To finally be able to ride the famous cartoon rickshaw. Moreover, this client is nothing but Joe Krause, a well-known American businessman For founding Excite, JotSpot, and DigitalConsumer.org, and for currently ranking high on Lime.
Version of the Mystery Machine, Scooby-Doo Truck
This businessman had already obtained a replica of the Mystery Machine twenty years earlier. Anyway, that’s what he said in the video West Coast Customs posted to Youtube. On the other hand, Article from Los Angeles Times dated 2007 He explained that Joe Krause was still driving This funny truck To drive her son to school. And so the car serviced him for a daily use.
This did not fail to attract the attention of the neighborhood. However, to make matters worse, his first Mystery Machine was destroyed four years earlier, the victim of an accident. According to Joe Krause, she was destroyed by a tree. Hence his new command with West Coast Customs, spurred on by constant requests from his entourage and neighbourhood. They missed the car terribly!
A particularly demanding client
However, West Coast Customs did not have much freedom in designing the truck, as the US contractor’s requests were too specific. significantly ordered Secretary reproduction To the animation, down to the smallest detail. Even the truck’s interior had to perfectly match its exterior. Joe Krause also ordered an L-shaped sofa installed in the back, a TV plus pictures of Scooby-Doo, Shaggy Rogers, Fred Jones, Daphne Blake, and Dilma Dinkley.
As for the technical side of the Mystery Machine, the designer in charge is in charge Dodge truck left, model 1966 A100. Once the model was verified by the customer, the designer took the truck apart to work on each part one by one. The A100 was then rebuilt and several coats of paint were applied to give it its final appearance. An easy task in appearance, but it requires it Expert skills. Upon delivery, the customer was on cloud nine!