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Pick-R-Up utility vehicle
1:18 scale die cast replica of the iconic Fallout pick-up truck
Hard at work in the pre-war world, the Pick-R-Up was the mainstay of the hardworking tradesfolk who relied on its rugged construction to get them through their working day without ever missing a beat. The muscular V8 diesel-fusion engine, instantly recognisable by its powerful throaty rumble, lent credibility to the well-known Chryslus Pick-R-Up advertising catchphrase, “Ain’t No Load She Can’t Haul”. This highly detailed and accurate replica, larger in size and weight than the Fusion Flea, was chosen by Chryslus to be awarded to loyal Chryslus staff who had worked at the company for five years. As you hold this superb piece of history in your hand you can get some idea of the satisfaction and pride the engineers who created it must have felt every time they pulled into a garage or passed a building site and saw it parked, waiting to go to work.
The Pick-R-Up was launched in two classic versions, the standard Cherry Red metallic body, and the golden yellow metallic, Red Rocket service vehicle livery. Either would make an excellent addition to your collection, perfectly complementing the Fusion Flea.
Metallic Paint: The lustrous deeply glossy, cherry red metallic paint (standard edition) or golden yellow metallic paint (Limited Edition, Red Rocket version)
Chromium plated: Light cowls and front fender, door handles, door mirrors, and footplates, mix matt and reflective chrome finishes for a realistic effect
Die-cast: The all-metal body gives this Pick-R-Up some real heft
Collectible accessories: 5 Years Service enamel pin, (complements 2 Years Service pin), postcard and for the limited edition a Garage Receipt and a Certificate of Authenticity
Opening doors: Inner detail of cockpit revealed, tailgate also lowers
Opening engine hood: Engine lights up with nuclear glow when hood is opened
Removable nuclear core: Glow-in-the-dark removable engine core – glows green when ‘charged’ by bright light
attention to detail
Each detail of iconic Pick-R-Up design has been carefully replicated. Extra areas of detail never before revealed show the workings of the nuclear fusion engine and the steering and suspension geometry.
With real heft and built to last, the Pick-R-Up is a high-quality die-cast replica. Chrome plating, rubber tyres and seat, and water-clear resin parts come together to create a beautiful piece fit to grace any growing collection.
the ultimate collectible
Replicating the gift given by Chryslus to their employees as a reward for five years’ service, the Pick-R-Up comes complete with a special enamel reward pin that fits together with the Fusion Flea’s two years service year pin.
the fantasy made real
Iconic Chryslus Pick-R-Ups litter Fallout’s landscape, but before the war, the growl of its muscular V8 engine rumbled with steady reliability as it hauled much-needed loads across the land tirelessly day after day after day.
If you’ve got a heavy load to carry you need to be tough and resilient with broad shoulders and a mile-wide smile
Whether on a job hauling heavy loads or sitting on the drive of a suburban house, the Pick-R-Up shouts utility with every angle – Imagine cruising, radio blaring, elbow resting on the wound-down window, sunshine glinting off the hood as you carry your cargo to its destination. In other lands they might call this work, but you see it differently; what honest endeavour could be more fun? It’s the stuff that dreams are made of. The Pick-R-Up’s advanced Chryslus nuclear-powered fusion engine, not only gives the Pick-R-Up the grunt it needs to do job at hand but is sure to give its all day after day after day, 24/7, come rain or shine, 365 days of the year, never giving up – leaving you to concentrate on the business at hand… hauling.
It’s the tough of dreams
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Standard Edition: Less than 2,500 pieces worldwide
Release date: April 2019
Packaging: Single-colour naked box with specially designed full-colour box jacket
Livery: Cherry red metallic body to match the colour of the rusted Pick-R-Up seen strewn in the postwar Wasteland
Box contents: Pick-R-Up, five years service pin (red), vintage postcard, red manual
Original retailer: Worldwide all good retailers
Product history: The Standard Pick-R-Up was designed to replicate the version of the Pick-R-Up most commonly seen in the Wasteland in Fallout 4 and Fallout 76.
Limited Edition Red Rocket Service Vehicle Pick-U-Up
Limited Edition: 400 pieces worldwide
Release date: April 2019
Packaging: Single-colour naked box with specially designed, numbered, full-colour box jacket
Livery: Metallic yellow bodywork (matches the main body colour of the Racing Flea) with Red Rocket Decals
Box contents: Special Edition Pick-U-Up, Red Rocket logo pin, certificate of authenticity, vintage garage receipt, and yellow manual
Original retailer: Select retailers worldwide (very limited stock)
Product history: The livery of the Limited Edition Pick-R-Up (renamed Pick-U-Up) was designed by James Barnardo to match the main body colour of the Racing Flea while using the Red Rocket Service Station branding. Making the beginnings of a rare and much sought-after collector’s subset with the matching Racing Flea (a set we intend to complete when we release the metallic yellow Special Edition Station Wagon taxi later in 2019). Produced in very limited numbers, this special edition Pick-U-Up Red Rocket Service Vehicle is a must for the serious collector.
Limited Edition Nuka-Cola Pick-R-Up
Limited Edition: 111 pieces worldwide
Release date: April 2019 (sold out)
Packaging: Single-colour naked box with specially designed, numbered, full-colour, Nuka-Cola themed box jacket
Livery: Metallic red body with Nuka-Cola decals
Box contents: Special Edition Nuka-Cola Pick-R-Up, Nuka-Cola pin (red and silver), numbered certificate of authenticity, and red manual with Nuka-Cola detailing
Original retailer: The Wand Company (very limited stock) supplied as a special very limited offer to Fallout Merchandise forum
Product history: The livery of the Limited Edition Nuka-Cola version Pick-R-Up was designed by Matt Bagshaw specially for offer only to the members of the Fallout Merchandise forum. This very limited edition was sold out immediately through a private members-only offer.
The Pick-R-Up takes three LR44 button cell batteries. Please take care when handling and using small batteries and read the following usage notes very carefully as small batteries can be very harmful if swallowed.
WARNING – KEEP BUTTON CELL BATTERIES OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
Swallowing may lead to serious injury in as little as 2 hours or even death, due to chemical burns and potential perforation of the oesophagus.
If you suspect your child has swallowed or inserted a button battery immediately call the emergency services.
Examine the underside of thePick-R-Up to make sure the battery compartment is correctly secured, and that the screw is fully tightened. Do not use if compartment is not secure.
Dispose of used button batteries immediately and safely. Flat batteries can still be dangerous. DO NOT discard batteries in fire.
Do not mix old and new batteries.
Remove batteries fromPick-R-Up when storing or not in use for extended periods.
Tell others about the risk associated with button batteries and how to keep their children safe.
The Pick-R-Up’s batteries will provide about five hours of engine illumination.
Yes. To prevent the batteries discharging, the Pick-R-Up’s battery compartment is factory fitted with a thin plastic isolation tab. This tab must be removed before first use. The tab may be removed by pulling it out through the slot on the battery door.
Although no fully accurate 3D CAD reference exists for the Pick-R-Up, the design of the PRU’s replica’s bodywork has been based on Bethesda’s design department’s initial Pick-R-Up concept sketches and the in-game geometry. The Red Rocket Special Edition colours were used to match the Racing Flea but its decals were taken from the Red Rocket filling station and garage branding seen through the Fallout universe. The original Pick-R-Up designer has approved this Pick-R-Up as being accurate to the Chryslus concept and Bethesda’s Pick-R-Up design.
No, the Red Rocket Limited Edition Pick-R-Up manufacturing run was strictly limited to 400 pieces. In the future, we may consider releasing other standard and Special Edition Pick-R-Up colour variants, but we will never make any more Red Rocket Special Edition Pick-R-Ups.
Yes, we intend to make a range of Fallout vehicles over the next few years. We love their quirky design and think that a set of them would be an exciting thing to own. We hope to make the Station Wagon and the Vault-Tec Van, with a special 400-unit limited edition version of each to launch each new vehicle.