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Motor-Vipers are Cobra characters from the A Real American Hero series.
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Had they not have the benefit of education and training, the men of the Motor-Viper Corps might have gone on to become Dreadnoks. They are trained in reconnaissance, patrol and high-speed pursuit.

Fiction

Animated continuity

Sunbow animated series

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Toys

Generation 1
Motor-Viper 1986 A Real American Hero (1986)

The Motor-Viper was packaged exclusively with the Stun in 1986. He was also sold in 1987, then was discontinued domestically in 1988. In 1989, the Motor-Viper was available mail-order from Hasbro Direct as part of the "Special Missions Drivers" set. In 1991 and 1992, Motor-Viper was available from Hasbro Direct as part of the "Cobra Patrol Unit."


Appearance: light and dark blue helmet with large silver visor; light blue shirt; dark blue vest with black pipes and blue shoulder guards; black wristbands; dark blue gloves; light blue pants with dark blue panels; black belt and holster; dark blue boots

Accessories: none.


YoJoe.com page/Filecard

Trivia

  • The 1986 filecard refers to the characters both as "Motor Vipers" and "Motor-Vipers."
    • Also as "Stun Pilot" and "Stun Driver." They are characters of contradictions.
  • The filecard also mentions Ground-Vipers and Sea-Vipers, two groups that have never been seen or referenced anywhere else.


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Footnotes

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