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It's obvious modern day dirt-haulers are often used for anything but. The real story is who's the biggest? Nothing says non-useful, penis prop quite like pickup beds so tall you can't lift anything over 20 lbs. out of them, so the all-knowing Jalopnik brain decided to virtually drop trou and measure. Make no mistake; ToMoCo's new Tundra is fricking massive. And it's built in a red state by non-union salt-of-the-earth types. But as the photo evidence shows, the Southern-fried Toyota is just not massive enough. So you know; in those boots, I'm 5'11", single and despise long walks on the beach. Hell, the beach in general. View the winners after the jump.

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The good old F-150 is still the bigness.

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Here's the new Ford Super Duty King Ranch, the most massive vehicle on display at the show, bar none.

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