Pickup trucks have come a long way since the debut of the Ford Model TT a century ago. Over the years they grew larger and beefier, with more configurations and options for customers to choose from.

Today, the Ford F-Series trucks are rolling sculptures equally suited for the construction site or an art gallery. But it all started with bare bones utility vehicles built to withstand anything its owner could throw at it. Click through this gallery of Ford trucks to see just how much the pickup has changed over the past 100 years.

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Ryan ZumMallen

Ryan ZumMallen is a Trucks.com staff writer who covers the light truck market. A Long Beach, Calif. resident, his automotive writing has appeared in Car and Driver, Road & Track, The Verge, AutoBytel and elsewhere. He can be found on Twitter: @Zoomy575M

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