For over 50 years, the Mystery Machine has been the Mystery Inc. gang’s primary mode of transportation. In it, Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Fred, Daphne, and Velma have pursued the never-ending quest to solve mysteries and unmask criminals.
Folk Artist, Jim Shore, has put his personal spin on the quasi, 1960s-era panel van with a new hand-crafted figurine. Distributed by Enesco, an Illinois-based giftware company, the Mystery Machine stands approximately 6.3-inches tall and features all five characters from the iconic television and movie franchise. Each figurine is hand-painted, crafted from stone resin, and lights up (3 AAA batteries are required). It’s packaged in a gift box featuring a photo on the front.
The Scooby-Doo Mystery Machine Figurine is available for pre-order now at a cost of $75 USD. The figurine should start making its way to customers between January and March 2020.
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