The plastic MiniVan case was designed as a lower cost alternative to the classic MiniVan aluminum case. Initially sold with the KUMO keyboard, the molds were used for several later runs of colored cases that were sold on TheVanKeyboards.com.
The cases were made of injection-molded plastic. Brass threaded inserts were included in the bottom of the case for all of the screw positions.
A clear case included with KUMO keyboard kits sold through Kickstarter.
A smoked translucent case sold as a limited edition standalone case alongside the Catalyst PCB
A translucent purple case sold as a limited edition standalone case. It was designed and named after the "atomic purple" GameBoy Color
This case became the new standard in-stock case for users wishing to build a MiniVan without buying a complete kit or for users looking to swap their board into a different colored case. It was available in "Ghost White" and "Midnight Black".