Mystery Machine (Photo: Hanna-Barbera/Warner Bros. Animation)

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Scooby and the gang have been unmasking paranormal wannabes since the 1960s, with animated series, live-action films, even a couple of stage plays under their belts. While the voices changed over the years, the transportation didn't. The "flowerrific" aqua, chartreuse and red paint job was unmistakable, but the best part about it was the oh-so-subtle "The Mystery Machine" painted on the side. Very mysterious. In classic serial killer style, the van had no windows, and for some reason the whole gang, Shaggy, Velma, Daphne, Fred and Scooby, all sat up front. Maybe the real mystery was what the heck was going on in the back.

Watch: The "Mystery Machine" in action

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