1947-1954 Chevrolet Pickup Regular Cab Full Floor Flooring

PART#: 14109 STARTING AT $164.00

This item is proudly made in the USA by Auto Custom Carpets.

Available in loop or cutpile carpet or vinyl – Select material below. Please see notes below regarding returns. Item may only be returned/exchanged if defective.

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Whether you’re restoring your 1947-1954 Chevrolet Pickup Truck or just replacing some old, worn our flooring, we have a replacement flooring for you. Order our 1947-1954 Chevrolet Pickup Regular Cab Full Floor Flooring to get your Pickup Truck’s interior looking like new again.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to variations in computer monitor settings, we recommend that you request a fabric swatch of the material type and color that you like so that you can see and feel it. To request free samples, please click on the request sample link. Because this is a custom item made to your specifications, no returns are allowed for dissatisfaction with fabrics or colors.

Most carpets are heat molded to precisely fit the contours of your vehicle’s floor. Please see the Style tab to determine the construction method used for a particular item. Carpets come with a heat-sealed heel pad by the pedal area and 40 oz. (1/2″) jute padding in the footwell areas. For even more cushion, jute padding is also available by the yard.

Carpet by-the-yard is also available. Please call us for information.

Please note: Most mats do not come with cutouts for items such as seat mounts, floor shifters, and pedals. These types of cutouts will need to be part of the installation process. Each mat does come with installation instructions.

All flooring items are custom made. Most flooring is delivered within 5-10 days of an order being placed.

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    Here are a few helpful videos explaining the installation process for carpeting and vinyl flooring.



    Q. When can I expect delivery of my flooring?
    A. All products are manufactured to your specifications within 1-2 business days and are shipped directly from the manufacturer. Depending on your location, you can expect delivery in 5-10 days.

    Q. Can I install my flooring myself?
    A. The installation of replacement carpet or vinyl requires a degree of skill. Materials can be stiff and require patience when positioning. Trimming is required on all edges and all cuts must be made for shifters, brackets, etc. during the installation process. The majority of our customers that purchase flooring self-install. However, others find it to their advantage to seek the services or advice of a professional. It is often helpful to use your existing flooring as a measuring guide. We also provide installation information and videos to assist you in making this decision.

    Q. Does my flooring come with padding?
    A. Included padding varies by application. At a minimum, padding is included in the footwell areas. Some applications include more. Most carpets have the padding attached; padding for vinyl mats is included but not attached. For most carpet purchases, there is an option to include mass backing. You will find more detail on this option on your specific carpet product page.

    Q. Can I purchase additional carpet yardage?
    A. Yes carpet is available for purchase by-the-yard in 76 width. Please place your order by telephone at (800)334-0230 if you require additional yardage.

    Q. Can I be sure that I am purchasing quality flooring?
    A. We only offer the highest quality aftermarket flooring available. The raw materials used to manufacture your flooring are the best available for durability and color retention. The flooring is precisely molded to fit your floors contours. And, your quality flooring is proudly made in the USA.

    Q. Is my flooring returnable?
    A. Because all flooring products are custom made, we allow no returns for any reasons other than manufacturing issues. Therefore, if color/material selection is important to you, we advise that you request physical material samples prior to ordering your flooring. You may order these samples by telephone or through our the specific product page on the website. Also, we are available by telephone to answer any product question that you may have or to assist you in determining the correct product for your application.

    Regarding the installation of your new flooring:

    • Check your box label to make sure contents are correct for your vehicle.
    • Upon delivery, unroll your flooring and lay inside of vehicle if the seats are out, or flat outside of your vehicle at room temperature for 24 hours. Bump out the contours and use the product box to prop up the tunnel area if on the floor. DO NOT PLACE IN DIRECT SUNLIGHT! Do not store the flooring in the box for an extended period of time. Because it is heavy, a vinyl mat will appear flat at this point. It will regain its molded shape with time and gravity after installation.
    • Heavy duty vinyl flooring is very stiff and can be difficult to install, especially when cold. If you do not understand how to install your new vinyl flooring, we recommend that you have a professional install it for you.
    • Remove your old flooring but do not discard until installation is complete. Do not attempt to install your new flooring over the existing flooring.
    • Sweep your vehicle’s floor thoroughly. Now is a good time to address any corrosion or damage issues. If you wish, you can install sound deadener and/or additional padding.
    • The manufacturer has marked the front, center of your mat. Position mat on vehicle floor, using the correct tunnel and the floor contours as your main guides. This may require folding the mat back onto itself at the firewall. Smooth material from the tunnel outward, lining up all contours. We recommend starting installation from the rear-most portion of the cab.  Holes for shifters, brackets, etc. should only be cut after you are sure that your mat is positioned correctly. Take care not to trim too much material from the sides, front and back. Work carefully and slowly.


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