Jinkies! This mysterious Scooby-Doo machine is actually an Airbnb and Shaggy is the host

If you grew up in the 1990s and were a huge Cartoon Network fan. You’re probably familiar with the expression “Scooby Dooby Doo!” Where are you?” A group of teenagers are in a van named Mystery Machine, followed by a Great Dane. They are on the hunt for crooks with corrupt motives disguised as ghosts.

Jinkies! If you’ve ever wanted to see inside the Scooby-Doo Mystery Machine van and the life of its animated companion, you’ll want to check out when Airbnb launches in mid-June! Get ready to step back in time as the Live-Action Scooby-Doo Movie will celebrate its 20th anniversary in 2022. And Airbnb is hosting a special screening in memory of the film. For three nights, Airbnb is renting a reproduction of the blue and green Mystery Machine from Shaggy and Scooby-classic Doo. Matthew Lillard, who portrayed Shaggy in the live image, joined the organization. Not only does he face the experience, but he’s also dressed in a very shaggy-but-make-it-2022 outfit. And fans are thrilled to see the star embody the popular character again.

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Spend the night in Scooby-Doo’s mysterious machine

We recognized Airbnb for its unique rentals, but the vacation rental company recently teamed up with well-known pledges to provide fans with a unique experience. That’s right, you can live the Van Life in Shaggy’s legendary Mystery Machine, not just any other minivan. Matthew Lillard, who played Shaggy in the live-action Scooby-Doo movies.

Guests will live out their retro 2000s imaginations within the Mystery Machine. Comes with a portable CD player and the latest Sugar Ray disc. Food will be plentiful, in keeping with Scooby and Shaggy’s habit of eating family meals. You will find Scooby snacks, popcorn, candies and other things. As well as heartier dishes like hot dogs and eggplant burgers, which are among Shaggy and Scooby’s favorites. While Airbnb guarantees that the space will be “free of any lurking monsters”. There will be detective games on board, so you can channel your inner Sherlock Holmes, if you do, also take a look at Rober Downey Jr’s impressive car collection.

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How to Reserve Your Ghost Buster Mystery Machine

If this sounds like your kind of adventure, it’s time to find out how to rent the Scooby-Doo Mystery Machine on Airbnb. However, you must act quickly. Only three evenings are available (June 24, 15 and 26) and registration from June 16. Each represents a serious investment of just $20 per night, in honor of the film’s 20th anniversary. In Southern California, near the beach, detectives can arrange overnight accommodations in the Mystery Machine, which they used in the live-action “Scooby-Doo” movies.

Although, if users don’t get one of the Mystery Machine nights. Airbnb’s new Camper category has 12,500 accessible campers worldwide. So we can still live the life of Shaggy van this season. Guests must affirm that they have not been recently exposed to people with COVID-19 when checking in, the organizations say.

“I’ve been channeling Shaggy since the live-action adaptation in 2002, and he’s been a part of me ever since,” Lillard said. “I look forward to welcoming guests into the world of the Mystery Inc. gang as an Airbnb host and providing them with a summer vacation they will never forget…monsters not included!” Matthieu Lillard declares.

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The Mystery Van is still a mystery

Without an amazing van, it’s impossible to be a professional commando team, a crime-fighting gang of mutant turtles, or a young mystery-solving team. The exact identity of Freddie’s mode of transportation is the biggest mystery among automobile fans. Since the animated episode premiered on CBS in 1969, the writers have repeatedly argued over the automaker versus model dilemma. Given the round headlights and similarities to the cartoon version. The overwhelming assumption is that the Mystery Machine is a mid-1960s Chevy G-Body van or a Dodge A100. However, some claim it is based on a 1978 Volkswagen LT 40 Van, but who knows?

The Mystery Machine in the 2002 live action film Scooby-Doo is a 1972 Bedford CF manufactured by Vauxhall in the UK. The Mystery Machine, according to Airbnb, has never been accessible to the public for overnight stays before. But they brought him out of retirement for this very special 20th anniversary. Those lucky enough to book a stay in the Mystery Machine will be treated to a full Scooby-Doo adventure. This will be accompanied by a “virtual greeting” from Matthew himself when they introduce themselves. Based on Airbnb’s photos, they transformed the vehicle into a Y2K-themed motorhome complete with a lava lamp and a large TV. The van is full of Scooby-Doo movie references and memorabilia. Shaggy is organizing three one-night stays in the Mystery Machine at the end of June for anyone interested. So take your slots quickly as soon as registration opens!

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