Scooby Doo, we found the Mystery Machine!! Well, this particular one is worse for wear and bears no markings of the famed Mystery Machine, but it does have a striking resemblance in it’s form. One has to wonder if this is Scooby’s beater van, his daily driver… Enjoy
Check out some other classic Chevrolet models we have spotted:
1967 Chevrolet C-10 Pickup Truck
1958 Chevy Apache Pickup Truck
1973 Chevy Corvette Stingray (C3)
1960 Chevy C-10 Fleetside Pickup
Spotted this Chevy Astro Gemini Conversion van on a walk. When I was younger, I thought that conversion vans were kind of shitty but I now see the appeal. What better way to transport your whole family in comfort and in a reasonable sized package. Also, the paint scheme on these conversion vans are simply amazing. Google C”hevy Astro conversion van” and you will find a ba-gillion different color and pinstripe design combos.
My family used to own a regular non-conversion style Chevy Astro that was a stick shift of all things – I think it was maroon in color. How cool is that. Enjoy
Don’t forget to check out some other sweet vans:
1993 Toyota HiAce Super Custom (4th Gen)
1991 Mitsubishi Delica LS Van
1964 Ford Econoline Van
Spotted this Mitsubishi Delica, referred to in North America as the Mitsubishi Wagon. Seriously, this van was not even given a proper name for the North American market, simply being called “Wagon”. We spotted a 1990 Toyota Town Ace Royal Lounge (Diesel) in a previous post. I like these funky Japanese vans from this era – they have a certain je ne sais quoi about them.