How the world’s biggest truck bed builder got the most expensive bed ever

Posted February 08, 2018 07:20:50 The world’s largest truck bed maker, Bedrock, got the second-highest price tag for its new bed.

The bed, which was unveiled in November at the International Truck & Trailer Expo, has a base price of $3,800 per foot and a suggested retail price of just over $3 million.

It’s more expensive than some other popular bed types on the market, including the X-7 and the R-17, but is also cheaper than a standard bed at $3.2 million.

The company’s CEO, Steve Bender, explained to The Verge that he’s happy with the price tag because the company has a great track record.

“We’ve been selling the bed for 10 years and the bed is the safest bed,” Bender said.

“I think it’s a good deal.”

Bender said Bedrock’s bed is designed to be built in the United States.

The biggest competitor, Bedrove, sells the same bed, but only at a higher price point.

While Bender did not have a price breakdown, the company’s bed price of more than $3 per foot is significantly more expensive.

In other words, Bender’s company is paying a premium for its bed.

In a statement to The Guardian, Bender said the company had been working on the bed “for years.”

“We have been working hard to find a way to deliver a product with a lower price point and lower price points in other markets,” he said.

Bender said he has a long-standing relationship with the U.S. military.

“As a contractor, we are an American company,” he added.

“So it’s important that we’re able to build our product in the U