A small truck with a flatbed compartment in the rear, remnants of Pick-R-Up trucks in various colors dot the post-War landscape. Variants include those outfitted with a hook mechanism present for towing. On billboards throughout the Commonwealth, the advertising catchphrase "Ain't No Load She Can't Haul" can be seen.
- Fallout 4
- One Pick-R-Up truck can be found on the overpass above Fiddler's Green Trailer Estates.
- A tow truck variant at the Atom Cats garage.
- One can be found in a tree near Recon bunker Theta along the Saugus River.
- One is parked next to a house near Forest Grove marsh.
- One is next to the Taffington boathouse settlement.
- Orange version near the south shore of Lake Cochituate.
- Fallout 76
There are 266 Pick-R-Ups in Appalachia, in locations such as:
- Ten of these trucks can be found scattered around Wade Airport, including one of the wrecker tow truck models.
- Six Pick-R-Ups can be found in the parking lot of Camden Park.
- Several pristine Pick-R-Ups can be found in the Watoga Underground.
- At the Morgantown Airport.
- In front of Portside Pub.
- One at the Aaronholt homestead.
- One tow truck variant in the New Appalachian Central Trainyard.
- One used as a crop planter at the unmarked gnomes' allotment south of Fort Atlas.
Behind the scenes
A real world 1:18 scale model of the Pick-R-Up was produced by the Wand Company.[Non-canon 1] Marketing materials include information about the models, described as "the mainstay of hardworking tradesfolk" with a V8 diesel-fusion engine, large bed, and capacity for a single occupant in the cab.[Non-canon 1] Three variations were released, including the Standard Pick-R-Up, Limited Edition Red Rocket Service Vehicle Pick-U-Up, and Limited Edition Nuka-Cola Pick-R-Up, sold in the Bethesda Store and through Wand Company's website.[Non-canon 1]