DOUBLE CLUTCH (v1)
DESERT COYOTE VEHICLE DRIVER
Series: Nineteen (2003)
Double Clutch was released as part of the nineteenth series (2003), carded as the driver for the Desert Coyote.
Double Clutch was also released in 2004 as part of the Valor vs Venom line, boxed as the driver for the Desert Coyote.
Double Clutch (v1) came with no accessories.
Birthplace: Asbury Park, New Jersey
Primary Specialty: Transportation
Secondary Specialty: Infantry
DOUBLE CLUTCH was a mechanic at Manny's Mean Machines and was heavily involved in racing street machines prior to enlistment. Naturally gravitating toward anything with lots of horsepower, DOUBLE CLUTCH can drive any ground vehicle so that you get where you're going fast and in one piece - and with as much engine roar as possible. The street racer in him really becomes apparent when COBRA forces are closing in on all sides. That's when DOUBLE CLUTCH slams down the loud pedal, and suddenly the enemy is eating dust ten miles back, wondering what happened. He graduated Advanced Infantry Training, Covert Ops School, Executive Bodyguard School, and Ranger School.
"Aside from knowing how to operate all the high-tech devices on these vehicles, it takes a real driver to be able to wheel into the hot spots and out again, while the enemy is still trying to shift into second gear."
No variations of Double Clutch (v1) are known to exist.
This mold was also used to create Recondo (2003). Double Clutch also featured additional articulation at the wrists and the top of the boots.
Versions of Clutch
In 2003, Clutch was renamed "Double Clutch." So while there are several names, they are all based on the character "Clutch."
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