|Dodge Viper Defender|
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-The Viper defender was not qualified as a "Dodge Viper" but was designed and built at Chrysler's Detroit headquarters.
-Was used in 1993-1994 NBC tv series VIPER starring James McCaffrey, Dorian Harewood and Joe Nipote.
-"Viper" centered mostly around a 1993 Dodge Viper RT/10 that had the ability to transform into the Viper Defender.
-The Viper Defender was a "Crime Fighting Vehicle" in the series "Viper", there were what were called "Side Pods" which are located under the doors. The "Side Pods" fired an array of weapons such as a grappling hook, and missiles.
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