Dean's Body Shop

614 Mulberry Street

Centralia, Kansas 66415

Phone: 1-785-857-3337


Last Updated November 5, 2007


•  Shop labor rate is $50.00 per hour.

•  Parts are charged to the customer at cost, plus 25%.

•  Subcontracted labor and services are charged to the customer at cost, plus 25%.


•  Pre-payment must be paid when the car is delivered.

•  Pre-payment is based on a percentage for all parts, labor, and services to be rendered.

•  Billing is issued when the pre-payment is used up.

•  An invoice listing all fees and cost incurred for all parts, labor, and services rendered will be mailed by U.S.P.S.

•  Photographs will be sent by U.S.P.S., E-mail, or posted on this website to reflect progress, problem areas incurred, and various components of the car.

•  Invoices should be paid within 30 days of the billing date.

•  Invoices not paid by the 30th day of the billing date.

•  Storage fees will be added to invoice.

•  No work will be performed until pre-payment has been received.

•  I reserve the right to refuse work on any car who's owner has a repeated problem paying invoices.

•  Invoices may be paid in US funds by personal check, certified funds, wire transfers, or cash.

•  Kansas state sales tax of 6.3 % must be collected for all parts and services that are invoiced during the restoration. If the customer is the valid holder of a state resale license, a copy of the current license must be furnished at the beginning of the job for sales tax to be waived on parts only.


•  It is impossible to estimate the exact cost of a restoration at the beginning of a job, thus I will not do it. Restorations are performed as economical as possible without compromising the finished quality.


•  I ask that each customer provide their own insurance to cover the current market value of the car. I ask that proof of insurance be supplied to me. Throughout the restoration, the value of the car will increase, and thus the insured value will be asked to increase. With the rising values of the cars I work on it is impossible for me to insure them at market value.