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So, who else noticed the complete lack of truck photos in John's otherwise excellent gallery of wallpaper-worthy shots from the 2007 Detroit Auto Show? Well, not every Autoblogger grew up watching Colt Seavers thrashing on a beautiful GMC, so the task of gathering up shots of the latest heavy-duty light trucks fell upon yours truly.

For those with diesel fuel running through their veins, we'd like to present photos of Ford's new F-250 and F-450 King Ranch, and Chevrolet's K3500HD Big Dooley and Kodiak C4500. We'd be proud to hit a worksite with any of these vehicles, and the new 4500-series vehicles are particularly interesting to those of us accustomed to occasionally violating the GVWR of our 3/4- and 1-ton pickups.

Click on the photo above for 36 pictures of pickup goodness, or use this link.

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      • 8 Years Ago
      Those are huge. how cum I actually never see those large trucks ever doing any work. Most of the time they are just status symbols. Stop screwing around any way go bu a Semi-Truck. I mean why stop 3/4th of the way buy a real 18 wheeler and there ya go.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Yeah, show some Dodge pix. Still, it's good to see the trucks getting some face time. And now you've given me some download targets, thanx to the Fall Guy reference. I wonder if anyone out there in the internets has posted episodes that I can download to satisfy my nostalgia kick...
      • 8 Years Ago
      Yea, I guessed that the lack of the Dodge would get some comments. As of the last press day, I didn't see any Ram HDs on the show floor. They're almost certainly in Dodge's booth now, but during the media days, they probably got shoved aside for the huge Chrysler stage.

      Sorry for not explaining that in the original post.