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This is a lore summary, presenting intradiegetic or in-universe information about the subject. For game characteristics and similar data, consult the table on the right.
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Fallout 3Toy car
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Fallout 4Toy car
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Toy cars are miscellaneous items in Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas, and junk items in Fallout 4 and Fallout Shelter.

Variants

Toy car

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Toy car
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Value5
Base ID00022110
0013a4b6 ("skull" easter egg)
 
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The toy car is a miscellaneous item in Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas.

Characteristics

It is a child's toy used for playing. The toy cars are blue diecast metal race cars, with four rubber tires and a yellow generic driver in the cockpit.

In Fallout 3 the toy car is one of the four components needed to make a dart gun. Its purpose is to Launch the dart even farther using the wheel on the car. Toy cars may also be used as ammunition for a Rock-It Launcher.

In Fallout: New Vegas, since the dart gun cannot be constructed, it serves only as a miscellaneous item that can be used as house decoration.

Locations

Fallout 3

Map Location Description
Mothership Zeta 36-40 in the maintenance area.
Agatha's House Inside the house, in the toilet. (must be stolen).
Andale On a desk, second floor of The Smith's House (must be stolen).
Arlington Library On top of a terminal (turret access), on the middle floor. Also, in main area, 2nd floor, in North room (not the office), next to a burned terminal.
The Capitol Building 1 in conference room, on a podium, next to copy of Lying, Congressional Style.
Lucky's Grocery 3 on a counter (must be stolen).
Marigold Station 1 in the corner of Dr. Lesko's Marigold Station lab.
Megaton 1 in Lucas Simms' house (must be stolen).
Minefield Several in children's bedrooms.
Moonbeam Outdoor Cinema 2 on picnic tables
Super-Duper Mart 1 in a shelf under the counter in front of the pharmacy door.
Vault 92 Several in the boys' rooms.
Clifftop Shacks In one of the abandoned shacks next to a dresser.
Hallowed Moors Cemetary Inside the church occupied by super mutants. In a corner behind an overturned table.
Germantown police HQ

On ground level. Laying on the floor near a bench in a room with a Very Hard terminal.

Evergreen Mills There are three: One in the bathtub in the locked up room with the raider prostitute. One sitting on one of the stripping pole stages. One in Smiling Jack's shop in a box under 2 teddy bears.
Capitol Building Inside a podium in the Conference Hall.
Georgetown/The Mall Metro Sitting next to a baseball glove on the end of a bench, below the platform.
The Raid Shack Sitting on the mattress upstairs in the left bedroom on the floor.
Vault-Tec Headquarters

On the second floor of guest relations, near a Nuka-Cola machine.

This item also appears randomly in containers throughout the Capital Wasteland. It may also be bought from Crazy Wolfgang.

Falout: New Vegas

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Notes

  • In Fallout 3 there is a toy car, among other things, in your toy box during the main quest Baby Steps. It is unobtainable since you do not have an inventory as a baby and there is no way to get it while an adult or as a child.
  • In Fallout: New Vegas, the Black Mountain facility houses a toy car that is renamed "Cuddles' Toy Car" once you read a particular entry on the terminal within the cell building.
  • In Fallout: New Vegas there is a toy car on a shelf immediately upon entering Captain Dean Boat Rentals that cannot be picked up, it merely says 'take' upon highlighting it. Upon picking up said toy car, you will receive a prompt stating "Good! now release [pick up item button] to let go of the skull."
  • Also, in the Fallout: New Vegas add-on Honest Hearts, about 6 quite larger versions of the cars can be found in display boxes inside the General Store.

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