#1: The mystery machine – One of the classics, the mystery machine has taken many forms since Scooby Doo’s first episode in 1969 being the hub for all of the gang’s ghost-hunting mishaps. Fred’s van has delivered on many antics over the years and the design is truly iconic.
#2 The A-Team Van - The 1983 GMC Vandura van, best known for its run on the classic TV show The A-Team was used by Hannibal and his team, most memorable of all was fan-favourite actor Mr T
#3 Mutts Cuts Van – The van from a Jim Carrey classic, Dumb and Dumber. The doggy design was put onto a 1984 Ford Econoline van. The vehicle became a cult-hit, with many trying to replicate the design. The hilarious scene of “the most annoying sound in the world” takes place within the van.
#4 Ghostbusters – While originally a car rather than a van, many have taken influence from the design on multiple vehicles, including lorries and vans. Ghostbusters had a remake in 2016 which featured all of the original cast in brief cameos.
#5 Hot rod flames – What’s cooler than a bike with flames? A van with flames! Impress your family and friends with this radical new look for your vehicle. If you use the vehicle to deliver, they’ll know how fast you’ve travelled to deliver the goods. The vehicle is literally on fire!
#6 Trotters Independent Traders van – Pukka! Del and Rodney launched so many hilarious schemes right from this van in Only Fools and Horses. The vehicle is a 1967 Reliant Regal Supervan III, with some hilarious details, such as on the windshield where in some episodes you can see that “The tax disc is in the post”. despite not needing the van after the events of “Time on our hands” Del kept the van, as we see it return in the following Christmas specials.
#7 Sky vans – Everyone’s seen these vans, whether it has Simpsons, Game of Thrones or Wallace and Gromit on the van… these vehicles show what Sky has available on demand through their services. It’s apparently great marketing, because Sky is the most successful provider with over 15 million customers in 2015. They found success with Video on Demand during the 2010s.
#8 Rock n Van – Not all vans are for deliveries, some are bought to take a bunch of friends on a huge journey. To a concert, across a country, just to escape daily life for a while. The van is a symbol of delivering and the courier industry, but it’s also a sign of freedom.
#9 Hot Wheels – Was Hot Wheels your favourite toy as a kid? Why not upgrade your van to look like a van straight from your childhood! Fill yourself with nostalgia and reminisce on the good days when the only van you had was small enough to fit in your hands.
#10 Van on the run – One for the Paul McCartney fans. This title can be adjusted to any of your favourite songs if you wanted to change your design out of appreciation for one of your favourite songs/artists or even celebrities. Here are some examples: Van in the mirror, Van Haulin, Van Diesel, Van Gogh.
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