Created as a birthday present for his children, modder "Dracos" managed to replicate the famous Mystery Machine from the Scooby-Doo franchise using a custom case and minimal hardware.
Details on the project are just as minimal, while photographs indicate that the rig sports glowing headlights and figurines of the crew sitting in the "van's" cockpit. The CD-ROM loading tray resides just above the front windshield and features a clear and red lip. On top of the van, Dracos placed two handles for portability. It's also unclear whether the vehicle's wheels actually spin.
Like most PCs, the Mystery Machine offers both exhaust fan ports and a traditional panel with USB, serial, parallel, and other ports on the back. Although the modder managed to install a rear bumper, the pretend vehicle doesn't use rear tail lights--a surprising factor given that it has working headlights.
As previously mentioned, the PC components are rather minimal, with Intel's CA810 motherboard, an Intel processor, and integrated Intel graphics.
Scooby snacks apparently are not included, either.