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Pickup (music), a device which detects vibrations from musical instruments
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Pickuptrucks were commonly equipped with step-side beds until the 1970s, when most manufacturers switched to a straight bed, which offer slightly more interior space than step-side beds.
As the world's second largest manufacturer of pickuptrucks, aided by punitive excise taxes on passenger cars, pickuptrucks have long been extremely popular in Thailand: between 1987 and 1996, 58% of all cars sold in the country were pickuptrucks.
Pickuptrucks have also been modified for use by local police agencies in area where a cruiser is ill suited for terrain requirements, such as in the pacific northeast and desert southwest of the United States.
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