Can anyone identify these switches from Viper?

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ashrond

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I do hope that I am posting in the correct sub but this is driving me crazy and I need to ask in the one place I can think of that might know.
The show was Viper, specifically, the hero car "Defender", the car has a small control console in the center dash with a selector switch, some push buttons and some trigger buttons.

what I know is that Dodge built the hero car originally so I am inclined to believe that the parts are all sourced form Chrysler/Mopar cars. I have the most explicit memory of having seen at least the selector switch in a car as its AC control, but I am happy to be wrong. I want to build a small replica of this console with all the switches ect. for my desk, if anyone can help, it would be much appreciated.
 

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ID10T

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Maybe from the Plymouth Prowler or one of their other odd diversions?

I was big into Mopar but mainly 65-75 muscle. But those odd cars they did some funky interior bits as well. Maybe even the viper.
 

ashrond

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Maybe from the Plymouth Prowler or one of their other odd diversions?

I was big into Mopar but mainly 65-75 muscle. But those odd cars they did some funky interior bits as well. Maybe even the viper.
Its funny, the Prowler was the first car I thought of when I started looking and then the Viper itself. Alas, no joy. i have been looking through pictures of 93' and 94' Chrysler brands this is driving me up the wall.

65-70 muscle cars were amazing!
 

ZeroSum

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I can't help but think they're from some 1990s kids toy - possibly repainted. I can't be any more specific than that, just a gut feel I have.
 

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