LEGO Ideas: SCOOBY DOO MYSTERY MACHINE Achieves 10k Supporters

One of the latest LEGO Ideas projects to reach 10k supporters on the platform is the SCOOBY DOO MYSTERY MACHINE by user Let Them Fly. It is the 18th project to join the Second Stage 2021 Review Phase.



This latest project joins: Imperial Island Fort, Movie Set, Lifeguard’s Shack, A-FRAME CABIN, Space Balls, The Costume Store, BTS "DYNAMITE", BOSTON DYNAMICS SPOT 1:4 SCALE MOTORIZED MODEL, Medieval Tavern, The Tavern Under the Snow, Women of Computing, Working Mini Golf Course, Brick Walk, Floating Island, and Aircraft Engine Workshop as the latest projects to reach the Second Stage 2021 Review Phase.



From the project creator:



Looks like we've got another Mystery (Machine) on our hands

My proposal is a large scale 1969 part vehicle This build is based on the classic cartoon Scooby-Doo - Where Are You?


Scooby-Doo is an animated television show which was first aired on September 13th 1969, but many incarnations have followed and is still shown on TV over 50 years later.

I grew up watching Scooby-Doo and think the Mystery Machine has definitely become a cult TV vehicle and hopefully my large scale version does it justice.

If you think this Mystery Machine would make a great LEGO set, please click the support button, and share the link on social media.

If it gets 10,000 supporters it could become a real LEGO set for you to own.

Set includes:

The Mystery Machine

A brick built rotating flower plinth

A detachable roof to showcase the full interior

Opening side and rear doors


Set Information:

The total set parts count is 1969 (which matches the year it was first seen on screen).

The Mystery Machine is 1853 parts and the flower plinth is 116 parts

Measuring 6.8” (17.2 cm) high, 11.1” (28.2 cm) long and 5.8” (14.8 cm) wide, The Mystery Machine is packed with awesome details that will look amazing on display.


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