T-Ray (character)

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You see a good-looking black, no, wait. You see T-Ray.

T-Ray is the manager of the Chop Shop in New Reno in 2241.


He serves as the leader of a small band of mechanics working for Mr. Bishop in New Reno.

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

General Services Quests
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Talking head: noIcon cross
Merchant: noIcon cross
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Involved in quests: yesIcon check


Other interactions

  • Assuming the player does not kill T-Ray in the process of recovering the Highwayman, T-Ray can be contracted to perform upgrades on the player's car. Initially the only upgrade available is increased trunk space for $500 ($300 if the player passes a Barter check), however, upon completion of the game's main story line the player may opt to have T-Ray install grav plates to significantly reduce the car's fuel consumption.
  • After paying for the car and upgrades T-Ray will say that he has batteries in stock, but if you barter with him he sells Jimmy Hats, shotguns and cosmetics cases.


Apparel Weapon Other items
Clothing Shotgun
12 gauge shotgun shell x20
Cosmetics case
Jimmy Hats


  • Sleeping with him several times in a row will cause his head to explode.


T-Ray only appears only in Fallout 2.

Behind the scenes

  • The name "T-Ray" is a reference to Tramell Ray Isaac, the lead artist of Fallout 2.
  • If you sleep with him to get your car back, and seduce him again for the upgrade, he will say "Damn, woman! I just gave you sweet love five minutes ago!" This is a reference to Chef, a character from the show South Park, during the episode, 'Weight Gain 4000'.

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