Didn't think you were going to get away that easily, did you, Ford ( F)? No, Ford didn't take any of the U.S. government's bailout money and doesn't assemble any of its U.S.-sold F-150s beyond U.S. borders. That doesn't mean that a big chunk of the F-150 isn't made elsewhere. The F-150 may roll off the lines in Kansas City, Mo., and Dearborn, Mich., but only 60% of its parts are made in the U.S. That's actually a great statement on the F-150's quality and demand, considering that 90% of its parts were made in the U.S. before volume increased nearly 11% in the past year alone. Unfortunately, the F-150's popularity forced Ford to outsource parts and cut costs. If you're looking for something a bit more American, however, Cars.com says the San Antonio, Texas-built Toyota ( TM) Tundra has the most American-made parts of any truck on the market while keeping assembly line jobs in-house.