Today’s truck bed mats and liners are available in a range of materials designed to resist the elements and wear and tear from everyday use. But what if you just want it to look good?
Being the largest flat surface on any pickup, the bed floor is a critical component of its overall appearance. Sometimes a nice, old-school, wood bed is the perfect complement to a restored classic or a highly customized late-model truck—at least that’s what Bed Wood and Parts is banking on.
The Kentucky-based manufacturer designs and produces a lineup of convenient all-in-one, drop-in bed kits designed to add some hand-crafted flair to a variety of domestic trucks dating back to model year 1925. These kits are now available from our friends at Summit Racing.
Bed Wood claims to offer the aftermarket’s most complete selection of custom wood truck bed floors in a variety of distinct wood types and grain patterns. Buyers can personalize their trucks with domestic woods like ash, cherry, maple, and oak, or they can opt for more exotic options like bubinga or zebra wood.
Each easy-to-install bed is made from show-quality wood that is cut to a thickness of 0.75-inch, pre-drilled, and pre-finished with an H2X exterior wood finish system, Bed Wood said. The kits include everything needed for a complete installation, including bed strips, fasteners, and bolts.
Bed Wood offers comprehensive installation instructions on its website, as well as a convenient visualizer tool to give you an idea of what the bed will look like in your truck when installed.
So you have anything available for a 64/65 Ranchero?
Hey Jan, check out my reply to Chuck, below.
62 Ford Falcon Ranchero
Hey Gilbert, check out my reply to Chuck below.
do you have one for 1965 ranchero
Hey Chuck, it looks like they do as part of Bed Wood’s Retroliner series, available for 1960-65 Rancheros in a variety of wood finishes. CLICK HERE TO CHECK IT OUT.
Though it looks like their website is under construction. So you may not be able to order online, perhaps it’s best to call: 877.206.9663
In the meantime, I’ll reach out to the Bed Wood folks now and will update this reply if we connect.
My name is Bradley and I work for BedWood®. After seeing all the comments on the Ford Ranchero, I think you all would be happy to know that we do make these for your application! We just launched a new website and are still in the process of uploading all of our parts. If you have any questions on installation, pricing, or just want a free catalog, give us a call at 1-877-206-WOOD (9663) and a member of our knowledgeable staff will be more than happy to assist.
how much is it for a maple bed i have 70 chev 97″ box just the wood please i already have bed strips and hardware thanks
Hey Bruce, it’s probably best to call the Bed Wood folks directly to have them quote it out for you. 1-877-206-9663
Looking for a new bed kit for my 51 Chevy.
Would you have prices please
Hello David–Pricing can vary depending on your truck and the type of bed you want. Click Here to see pricing on several 1951 Chevy Truck Bed Wood kits at Summit Racing.
I have a 2000 gmc sierra stepside but my interior is black and grey I’d like to bring that out into the bed area what can you do for me
Do you make a bed wood kit for a 1959 jeep fc 150.
Hey Jim, I didn’t see one at SummitRacing.com, but you might want to call the Bed Wood folks directly and maybe they can offer some help? 1-877-206-9663
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