If you are creative and have some metal working tools, do a search for companies that supply replacement floorboards for other cars such as classic Fords. Looking at what they offer you can find parts that have the piece you need in them once you cut away the excess. I went to the Charlotte Auto Fair once and looked at replacement floorboards for a 1951 Ford and it made a perfect center section for my 96. I just had to do some cutting to get it down to what I needed.
JC Whitney sells generic truck bed replacement panels that have the channels pressed into them.
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