What Happened to Scooby-Doo Monster Truck?

In the late 1990s, Scooby Doo Monster Truck was one of the most popular and beloved monster trucks in the world. It was created by Hanna-Barbera and featured a giant version of Scooby Doo as its mascot. The truck was a major hit with kids and adults alike, appearing in various live events and competitions throughout its run.

The truck was driven by drivers like Carl Van Horn and Mike Vaters, who were two of the best drivers in the monster truck business. The truck performed well at numerous American-style monster truck events, such as the Monster Truck Racing Association (MTRA) events. In addition to racing, Scooby Doo Monster Truck also performed freestyle stunts at various venues, such as the World Finals.

Unfortunately, due to changing tastes in entertainment, Scooby Doo Monster Truck eventually faded from the limelight. By 2000, the truck had stopped appearing at major events and was eventually retired from active competition. The last time it appeared in public was at an MTRA event in 2001.

Despite its disappearance from the competitive arena, Scooby Doo Monster Truck remains a beloved icon for many fans of monster trucks. Its legacy lives on through various toys and collectibles that are still available today. There is even an official Scooby Doo Monster Truck website that features pictures and videos of the beloved vehicle.


What happened to Scooby-Doo Monster Truck? Despite its popularity in the late 1990s, it eventually faded away due to changing tastes in entertainment. While it may no longer be competing on tracks around the world, it remains an iconic symbol for fans of monster trucks everywhere – thanks to various collectibles still available today.

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Stephen Dunn