Who made the first pickup truck?

Answer The first pickup truck was made by Ford in 1925 and cost $281. It was based on the Model T and was modified to include a truck bed and stronger suspension.Source:Pick Up Truck: Model T History

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Is a pickup truck a straight truck?

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Can you put an infant in a pickup truck?

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What is the weight of a pickup truck?

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Who invented the pickup truck?

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