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Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck

1:18 scale die-cast replica of the iconic Fallout commercial delivery truck

The Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck’s huge load bay and all-metal chassis has been perfectly designed to transport a precious, but weighty, cargo of Nuka-Cola bottles to retail destinations all over the US. Some say the drink is too sugary, but no one can deny that the luxurious candy red metallic paintwork of this beautiful model is a thirst quencher that’ll take pride of place at the center of every collection.

Marvel at the scale of the colossal transaxle, a necessary design feature needed to support enormous loads and handle the power delivered by the diesel-fusion engine nestled under the cab to the four rear wheels clad in aviation-grade rubber. The innovative tilt cab allows easy access to the engine for servicing and repairs; although little or no repairs are ever likely to be needed in the field, as the Nuka-Cola truck packs one of Chryslus’s most reliable V8 motors – the engine of choice for the workhorse proven in the famous Chryslus utility Pick-R-Up.

Seeing a Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck on a sunny street corner in your neighborhood is guaranteed to lift your spirits as you drive by. And, if you happen to catch a glimpse of the delivery agent lugging a case of Nuka-Cola bottles into a store or restocking a vending machine, toot your horn and give them a cheery wave to let them know that you appreciate the hard work they do to bring you your favorite soda.

1:18 scale: Matching the scale of the Fusion Flea and the Pick-R-Up

Enormous size: At a massive 15″ (38 cm) long, this truck will be the jewel in the crown of your prewar collection

Metallic Paint: The lustrous deeply glossy, cherry red metallic paint with Nuka-Cola graphics

Chromium plated: Light cowls and front fender, door handles, and door mirrors, with a realistic mixture of matt and reflective chrome finishes

Unique license plate: Each truck comes with its own unique license number shown on a special license plate sticker which is applied by the owner to the license plate holder

Opening doors: Interior cab light illuminates and the inner detail of the cockpit is revealed; the tailgate lowers and rear doors open to reveal cavernous load bay

Tilting cab: Engine lights up with nuclear glow when the cab is tilted forward to reveal V8 engine

Removable nuclear core: Glow-in-the-dark removable engine core – glows green when ‘charged’ by bright light

Limited Release: Manufacturing limited to 3,000 pieces worldwide

attention to detail

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Each detail of the Delivery Truck 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.

quality materials

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With real heft and built to last, the Delivery Truck is a high-quality die-cast replica. Chrome plating, rubber tyres, and water-clear resin parts come together to create a beautiful piece fit to grace any growing collection.

the ultimate collectible

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Each Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck comes with its own special edition Nuka-Cola full metal pin. Only 3,000 will ever be made, so grab your piece of Fallout’s famous Nuka-Cola history while you can.

the fantasy made real

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Nestling on the shelf of many homes, the toy Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck is always a prized possession which long after the War continues to be a refreshing symbol of hope in an otherwise desolate land.

When you’re thirsty for something cool, drink in some of this gorgeousness

Whether on a delivery shifting tons of the Nation’s favorite beverage or standing proudly at the center of a display, the Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck refreshes the parts other die-cast replicas can only dream about. The life of a delivery agent is hard work and at times it could be boring, but not at the wheel of this beast, delivering joy to millions of parched citizens. In other times the sugar overdose might be viewed as reckless, but here in the heart of prewar America, the added energy a Nuka-Cola soda delivers is welcome indeed! At any time of day, just the mere sight of this iconic vehicle will make your mouth water. The Delivery Truck’s advanced Chryslus nuclear-powered V8 diesel-fusion engine, not only gives the the truck the power 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 – never leaving you high and dry.

Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck

Mouthwateringly gorgeous

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Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck

Limited Release Edition: 3,000 pieces worldwide

Availabliity: Preorder May 2019, shipping Q4 2019

Packaging: Single-colour naked box with specially designed full-colour Nuka-Cola label

Livery: Cherry red metallic body with iconic Nuka-Cola livery

Box contents: Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck, Nuka-Cola pin, unique license plate, license document, manual

Original retailer: Bethesda Gear Store

Product history: The Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck was designed to replicate the version of the Truck most seen in Fallout 3 and as a toy in Fallout 4 and Fallout 76

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Where you can buy a Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck

The Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck is available to pre-order online from Bethesda Gear Store in the US and Europe. Note that this is an exclusive offer from the Bethesda Gear Store.

In the United States: the Bethesda Store.

In Europe: A limited quantity is available Bethesda Store Europe.

Frequently-asked questions

Look down this list of frequently-asked questions to find answers that will help you if you are thinking of buying a Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck and want to learn more about how it works or how accurate it is.

Is the Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck 100% die-cast metal?

No. The main die-cast parts are, the cab (including the front fender), the truck chassis, the cab doors, the silver load bay side panels and rear wheel arches, the rear doors and the tail lift door. The wheels and transaxle, engine, the cab interior, the load bay floor and the upper part of the load bay canopy are made from injection-molded plastic. Each part of the Delivery Truck is hand finished. The red parts are all sprayed in a cherry red metal flake auto paint.

What batteries does the Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck take?

The Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck takes three AAA (LR03) batteries, which are supplied with the vehicle.

WARNING – KEEP AAA BATTERIES OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

WARNING: Batteries can explode or leak and cause burns if installed backwards, disassembled, charged, or exposed to water, fire or high temperature. Keep away from small children, AAA batteries are a choking hazard. If swallowed, promptly see doctor.

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How long do the Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck’s batteries last?

The Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck’s batteries will provide about 15 hours of engine and interior light illumination if lit together or 20 to 30 hours of illumination of the engine or interior cab light when lit individually.

Is the Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck supplied with a set of batteries?

Yes. To prevent the batteries discharging during transport, the Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck’s batteries are not supplied installed in the vehicle but are supplied shrinkwrapped in the merchandising pack. The Delivery Truck owner must install the batteries before first use. To install the batteries, unscrew the locking screw on the battery compartment door located between the front wheels and open the battery compartment. Install the batteries carefully making sure to follow the polarity markings. Replace the battery compartment door and tighten the locking screw to prevent unauthorised access. Remember that AAA batteries are a choking hazard and should be kept away from children at all times. When replacing batteries always use good quality Alkaline batteries. Remove batteries when the vehicle is not in use for extended periods.

Is the Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck a “screen-accurate” replica?

Although no fully accurate 3D CAD reference exists for the Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck, the design of the Delivery Truck’s bodywork has been based on Bethesda’s design department’s Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck concept sketches and the in-game geometry of the toy shown in some scenes. The original design, as seen in the game, was based on a real-world 1938 38 Ford COE Box Truck, so this model was studied for reference and additional detail. The original Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck’s designer has approved this vehicle as being accurate to the Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck concept and Bethesda’s Truck design.

Are you going to make any more Nuka-Cola Delivery Trucks?

No, the Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck manufacturing run has been strictly limited to 3,000 pieces. In the future, we may consider releasing other versions of the Delivery Truck in more limited quantities such as a Nuka-Cola Quantum version variant, but we will never make any more Nuka-Cola Delivery Trucks in this style and livery.

Are you going to make any other Fallout vehicles?

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 Corvega, the Station Wagon and the Vault-Tec Van. Each will be made in limited quantities, and it is likely that we will design a special very limited edition version of each to launch each new vehicle.

Frequently-asked questions

Look down this list of frequently asked questions to find answers that will help you if you are thinking of buying a Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck and want to learn more about how it works or how accurate it is.

Is the Nuka-Cola Delivery truck 100% die-cast metal?

No. The main die-cast parts are, the cab (including the front fender), the truck chassis, the cab doors, the silver load bay side panels and rear wheel arches, the rear doors and the tail lift door. The wheels and transaxle, engine, the cab interior, the load bay floor and the upper part of the load bay canopy are made from injection-molded plastic. Each part of the Delivery Truck is hand finished. The red parts are all sprayed in a cherry red metal flake auto paint..

What batteries does the Pick-R-Up take?

The Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck takes three AAA (LR03) batteries, which are supplied with the vehicle.

WARNING – KEEP AAA BATTERIES OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

WARNING: Batteries can explode or leak and cause burns if installed backwards, disassembled, charged, or exposed to water, fire or high temperature. Keep away from small children, AAA batteries are a choking hazard. If swallowed, promptly see a doctor.

How long do the Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck's batteries last?

The Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck’s batteries will provide about 15 hours of engine and interior light illumination if lit together or 20 to 30 hours of illumination of the engine or interior cab light when lit individually.

Is the Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck supplied with a set of batteries?

Yes. To prevent the batteries discharging during transport, the Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck’s batteries are not supplied installed in the vehicle but are supplied shrinkwrapped in the merchandising pack. The Delivery Truck owner must install the batteries before first use. To install the batteries, unscrew the locking screw on the battery compartment door located between the front wheels and open the battery compartment. Install the batteries carefully making sure to follow the polarity markings. Replace the battery compartment door and tighten the locking screw to prevent unauthorised access. Remember that AAA batteries are a choking hazard and should be kept away from children at all times. When replacing batteries always use good quality Alkaline batteries. Remove batteries when the vehicle is not in use for extended periods.

Is the Nuka-Cola Delivery truck a "screen-accurate" replica?

Although no fully accurate 3D CAD reference exists for the Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck, the design of the Delivery Truck’s bodywork has been based on Bethesda’s design department’s Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck concept sketches and the in-game geometry of the toy shown in some scenes. The original design, as seen in the game, was based on a real-world 1938 38 Ford COE Box Truck, so this model was studied for reference and additional detail. The original Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck’s designer has approved this vehicle as being accurate to the Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck concept and Bethesda’s Truck design.

Are you going to make any more Nuka-Cola Delivery Trucks?

No, the Nuka-Cola Delivery Truck manufacturing run has been strictly limited to 3,000 pieces. In the future, we may consider releasing other versions of the Delivery Truck in more limited quantities such as a Nuka-Cola Quantum version variant, but we will never make any more Nuka-Cola Delivery Trucks in this style and livery.

Are you going to make any other Fallout vehicles?

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 Corvega, the Station Wagon and the Vault-Tec Van. Each will be made in limited quantities, and it is likely that we will design a special very limited edition version of each to launch each new vehicle.