The Mystery Machine is for sale for $3,200 in California

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Well, it appears we've finally discovered the final fate of those meddling kids. After spending decades thwarting wizened theme park owners wearing rubber suits for the express purpose of insurance fraud, the Scooby Gang retired to the Bay Area.

And someone — presumably that spendthrift killjoy Fred — is now selling their venerable van for the bargain basement price of $3,200. From the Craigslist ad that popped up yesterday:

1969 A100 MYSTERY MACHINE - $3200 (san carlos)

69 A100 VAN 6CYL/3SPD RUNS & DRIVES GOOD NEW FUEL PUMP REBUILT CARB REUPHOLSTERED STOCK SEATS BUMPERS INCLUDED NO TEXTS RARELY CHECK EMAILS BEST TO CALL RAY 415-517-5754

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The bumper's included? That's luxury and value. Throw in Harlan Ellison's phone number and the taxidermied corpse of Yabba-Doo and we have ourselves a deal.

[Via Cartoon Brew]

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I never really liked Scooby Doo. But, the best thing about Scooby Doo, by far, is this Threadless shirt. In fact, its awesomeness so strongly contrasts with Scooby Doo's actual crappiness, it makes me hate Scooby Doo even more.

And people always assume I'm wearing it because I like Scooby Doo. Just... no.

[www.threadless.com]

Anyway, that picture makes me imagine a Joss Whedon (or similar) reimagining of Scooby Doo, which is not a terrible idea.