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Revell 1/20 Scooby Doo The Mystery Machine

The Mystery Machine is the main transportation of Mystery Inc., taking them on their adventures all over the world. Fred is the owner,[1] and has a very strong attachment to it.[2] Although he was kind enough to lend the Mystery Machine to Scooby-Doo, Shaggy Rogers, and Scrappy-Doo for a few years, when they went on their own adventures; eventually they reunited with Daphne Blake, and took the van out on their journalistic escapades. Ocassionally, Fred would help them out and take over the driving in that time
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  • Highly detailed plastic pieces molded in several colors
  • Simple snap design requires no gleue or tools
  • Fully decorated out of the box eliminating the need for paint,
    brushes or thinner
  • Top of van in removeable allowing you to place the figures in
    the front and back seats
  • Characters designed to sit and stay in place in the van
  • Durable ABS plastic
  • Pre-painted parts
  • 3D decorated actual rolling wheels
  • Scooby-Doo, Red and Daphne can stand or perfectly fit in the
    Mystery Machine
  • Easy to apply stickers
  • Illustrated instructions
  • Scale: 1/20
  • Length: 6-1/2″ (165.1mm)
  • Width: 3-3/8″ (85.72mm)
  • Height: 4″ (101.6mm)
  • Skill level: 1
  • Parts: 39
  • MSRP: $22.99

I did clock 39 minutes building the new Revell Mystery Machine while doing this simple time lapse video.  No glue necessary and it looks straight out of the box as good as it looks on the box art. We can’t wait to put our hands on the Bi-Plane models which will complete the whole gang with Shaggy, Velma and another Scooby-Doo version with pilot Scooby.


This is a gateway kit to get more girls into this wonderful hobby. If you don’t build models, get one to show your fandom.

Highly Recommended!

Our sincere thanks to Revell USA for the sample.

George Collazo
George Collazo

George has been hosting review sites and blogging about toy collectibles, travel, digital photography and Nikon digital imaging since 1998. His first model kit build was a Testors 1/35 DODGE WC-54 in 1984.