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For the Fallout 4 junk item, see Toy car (Fallout 4).
For the Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas version, see Toy car (Fallout 3).
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Brings you back to the care-free days of being a kid in the Vault.— In-game description

A toy car is a common junk item in Fallout Shelter.


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Items Name Count
Weapons Pool cue 2
Armor piercing assault rifle 3
Armor piercing hunting rifle 2
Armor piercing lever-action rifle 2
Armor piercing .32 pistol 2
Lever-action rifle 1
Railway rifle 3
Pipe rifle 1
Calibrated pipe rifle 3
Sawed-off shotgun 1
Scoped pipe pistol 3
Hunting rifle 1
BB gun 1
Rusty hunting rifle 1
Rusty BB gun 1
Rusty lever-action rifle 1
Rusty railway rifle 3
Rusty sawed-off shotgun 1
Focused plasma pistol 3
Night-vision pipe rifle 3
Heavy pipe pistol 1
Enhanced hunting rifle 1
Enhanced BB gun 1
Enhanced lever-action rifle 1
Enhanced railway rifle 3
Enhanced sawed-off shotgun 1
Hardened assault rifle 3
Hardened hunting rifle 3
Hardened lever-action rifle 2
Hardened .32 pistol 2
Hair trigger pipe pistol 1
Outfits Battle armor 1
Survivor armor 3
Combat armor 1
Military fatigues 1
Leather armor 1
Engineer outfit 4
Sports fan outfit 1
Horror fan outfit 3
Officer fatigues 4
Sturdy battle armor 3
Sturdy combat armor 1
Sturdy leather armor 4
Sturdy wasteland gear 2
Republic robes 4
Advanced radiation suit 2
Theme BoS diner 6
BoS living quarters 4
Minutemen diner 2
Minutemen living quarters 3


  • Found by dwellers exploring the wasteland
  • Finding them randomly during quests
  • From quest rewards
  • Breakdown weapons and outfits


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