Bedliner Gallery

Front shot of the van painted with bedliner
This is the front shot of Project Behemoth after a bedliner paint job. I'm very happy with the end result, and it completely changed the attitude of the van. Special thanks to my wife for all her help!

I used the Duplicolor Roll-on Bedliner System.

Side view of van painted with bedliner
Here's a side shot where you can see some of the uneven marks caused by rolling the van with an unsaturated roller. To avoid this mistake, be sure to check out the "How to Paint Your Car With Bedliner" page.
Nice shot of the van painted with bedliner
This is a three-quarter view of the van I painted with bedliner. I especially like how the black bedliner contrasts with the silver grill and the chrome trim. I also like the difference the 3" lift made to the stance.
Van painted with bedliner showing unevenness
Last shot of the van. It's another good three-quarter shot that highlights the black wheels too. I could have painted the wheels in bedliner for an even more dramatic effect.
Nice Jeep painted with bedliner









This Jeep Wrangler looks great painted with truck bedliner. It's tough, durable surface really lends itself to off-roading, and it's easily touched up. I'm sure the bed liner paint job on this Jeep gets a lot of attention!

Considering all of the angles on this Jeep and the complete coverage, I'd say a project like this is best tackled with a DIY spray-on bedliner


Bottom of boat painted with bedliner

Here's a picture of the bottom of a boat painted with bedliner. Truck bedliner is a great way to cover deteriorated metal, and it will help prevent rust. Even better, truck bed liner gives this boat a non-skid surface, which makes it safer to move around the boat, especially in wet conditions.


Although a spray-on bedliner would work, this one would be easy to do with a roll-on bedliner and save some money.

Bedliner paintjob
Here's an older model Chevrolet Cavalier painted with truck bedliner. The paint on these 1980's vintage vehicles often oxidized and peeled away. The truck bed liner paintjob on this car isn't sleek or all that sexy, but it is definitely durable and unique. Which would you rather have - faded 80's purple paint or matte black truck bedliner?

This one looks like a low-buck roll-on bedliner, and I dig it.



Bedliner paintjob on Jeep hood
The hood on this Jeep Cherokee clearly shows the type of texture that can be achieved with a do-it-yourself truck bedliner paint job. The bed liner on this Jeep looks like it was rolled on in several coats and built up nice and thick. I especially like how the bedliner was rolled on right over the Jeep emblem, giving it an interesting look. Jeeps just look awesome with a bed liner paint job!



Bedliner paint job on Jeep Cherokee
Here's another shot of a Jeep Cherokee with a bedliner paintjob. This Jeep is obviously intended for offroad duty, and the bed liner will protect it from the elements. I like the contrast of the matte black truck bed liner against the glossy black trim moulding. The black wheels really give this Jeep a tough look when combined with the bedliner paint job!



Bottom half of Jeep painted with bedliner
Another Jeep Cherokee treated with truck bedliner. This one's a little different as the owner decided to only paint the bottom of the Jeep with bed liner. The matte black bed liner has a nice contrast with the shiny silver paint.

This would be a relatively easy job with an inexpensive roll-on bedliner.


Floor pan painted with bedliner
Truck bedliner can also be used for car restoration. As mentioned earlier, truck bed liner can block moisture and prevent rust, and if rolled on thick enough, can deaden sound and heat as well. The truck bed liner applied to this floor pan is a great alternative to other more expensive products intended specifically for this purpose.



Gun stock painted with bedliner
Gun stocks are another popular item to paint with truck bedliner. The bed liner gives the gun stock a stealth look, and also adds texture to improve grip. It looks as if this gunstock was sprayed with bed liner for a finer texture.

For this kind of project, a good aerosol bedliner would work great.



Laptop painted with bedliner
Why not? This appears to be a laptop painted with truck bedliner. Maybe you inherited a purple laptop from your wife...I prefer the tough look of matte black bed liner myself!

Another great opportunity to use a durable aerosol bedliner.



Motorcycle painted with bedliner
Bikes look awesome with a do-it-yourself bedliner paint job. It looks like this chopper was sprayed with bed liner on the tank, fenders, and other pieces to really make this bike look boss. The bedliner adds to the badass look of this mean bike, for sure.

The curves on the gas tank and fenders really lend themselves to a do-it-yourself spray-on bedliner system.



Street bike with bedliner paint job
here's another bike painted with truck bedliner, but this time its a sport bike. Truck bedliner is somewhat flexible because it's polyurethane based. This means it can be painted over plastic pieces and still resist chips and cracks. It's also easily touched up if needed. The painted on truck bedliner may start a new trend in streetbikes!







4 door Jeep with bedliner paint job
Here is a cool 4-door Jeep with a nice bedliner paint job. I can tell from the photo this was done with a spray-on system. I like how uniform the whole vehicle is, from the body to the wheels.
This 370 Z looks pretty radical with a bedliner paint job. Some bedliner systems allow you to add tint, which is probably what this is. Very cool.
Dodge Charger with bedliner paint job
Here is a Dodge Charger done with the bedliner treatment. I believe this one was sprayed, although you could get similar results with a roll-on system. Even if you have a newer car, the paint flaws could be masked by a bedliner paint job. Just be sure you're ready to go that extreme!
Extreme bedliner paint job
I don't know what this is, but it's pretty awesome. Obviously done with Line-X, a professional bedliner spray-on system. The cool thing is you can get similar results with a DIY bedliner.
Extreme bedliner paint job
Here is an Infinity coupe with a bedliner paint job. You really have to be ready to commit 100% to take your Infinity to this level. Looks cool as hell though.
Mustang with bedliner paint job
This Mustang has been done with a high quality spray-on bedliner system. There aren't many ways to make Mustangs stand out, but this may be one of them. Even if you just have an old beater Mustang, a roll-on bedliner paint job could really make it stand out.
Ford Ranger with bedliner paint job
The rocker panels of many vehicles can get pretty beat up, especially on trucks. This Ford Ranger has been treated to a bedliner paint job on the rocker panels, which looks cool and will prevent any further cosmetic issues. This type of job is best accomplished with an inexpensive roll-on system.







240 sx with bedliner paint job
Here is a 240sx with a bedliner paint job. I have seen a lot of these cars with peeling, faded paint. A bedliner paint job may not be for everyone, but it's a great way to give your older car a new look for cheap.
ATV with bedliner paint job
Hey! A four-wheeler with bedliner paint! Duh! The rugged durability of bedliner really lends itself to ATV applications. On smaller, curved surfaces such as the panels on this 4-wheeler, you would probably want to go with a DIY spray-on system.
Bad bedliner paint job
This is probably acceptable for trim, but overall, the coverage here is uneven. This treatment is probably best accomplished with an aerosol bedliner.
Speaker box coated in bedliner
Speaker boxes are the perfect candidate for a bedliner paint job. If applied thickly enough, the bedliner can provide sound-dampening qualities and it looks pretty cool too. A great option if the standard carpet covering isn't doing it for you. The easiest way to go here would be an aerosol bedliner, although you would need multiple coats to get a sound deadening effect.
Dune Buggy with bedliner paint job
This is the first Dune Buggy I've seen with a bedliner paint job, but why not? Low-maintenance, hassle free, and rugged. A perfect match. I would go for a roll - on bedliner here.
Camaro with bedliner paint job
The Camaro was at SEMA a few years back, and sported a rather controversial bedliner paint job. Either way, it definitely got a lot of attention. This car demonstrates how you can highlight a bedliner paint job with judicious use of color, or even chrome. If you want to do colors or graphics, you will want to check out a tintable bedliner product.
Boat painted with bedliner
The owner of this boat really took it to the next level with the bedliner treatment. Bedliner is a great, water-proof coating that will last a very long time. It's also has a slip-resistant texture which is perfect for marine applications. Either a roll-on or a spray on bedliner would work great here.
Car Frame painted with bedliner
Here is another great application for bedliner - a car frame. Bedliner paint can be made from various materials, but all of them are anti-corrosive and protect against moisture, which is perfect for a car frame. If you are restoring a car, consider using bedliner as an undercoating. A spray-on system might be easier for this job.
Floor pans painted with bedliner
Another example of using bedliner on floor pans. It doesn't have to be a complete frame-off restoration, you can just pull the carpet up and go to town. The bedliner will protect the floors, add sound dampening, and some heat protection too if added to the firewall area. A roll-on bedliner would be perfect for this application.
Front of Jeep painted with bedliner
This is a really nice treatment on the front panel of a newer Jeep. The bedliner adds a color contrast and a rugged look. and MUCH cheaper than custom paint. With all of the curves here, I would elect for a spray-on bedliner for the best result.
Old Jeep painted with bedliner
This is an older CJ (Civilian Jeep) done with a bedliner paint job. These older Jeeps really look great in  a rugged bedliner coating. On curvy surfaces like this Jeep's hood and fenders, a spray-on bedliner system would probably give the best results.
Trailer painted with bedliner
Bedliner is durable, rust-resistant, and provides a great texture. That's the perfect recipe for a trailer coating. You could either spray or roll the bedliner on to a trailer like this, it would all depend on your budget. Either way, it seems like a great idea.
Military vehicle painted with bedliner
This Volvo military vehicle looks amazing in a coat of bedliner. This one was most likely sprayed on, but the straight sides and lack of curves would make this a pretty straight forward job for a roll-on bedliner system. Either way, be sure to get plenty of material because a beast like this is going to require a lot!
Wheels painted with bedliner
This wheel looks great coated in bedliner. For wheels, the smaller texture of an aerosol spray bedliner is perfect. The aerosol also makes it easy to get in the nooks and crannies of the wheel.