Experienced Auto Body Repair

Locally owned and proud to be part of such a great Community

tims body worx family
The Stegner Family
  • In business since 1996, check us out on the BBB website.
  • Member of the Guthrie Chamber of Commerce, contact them and ask about us.
  • I-Car certification. Click here to see what that means.

Tim Stegner, owner of Body Worx, has lived in Guthrie his entire life.

His mother, Lee Stegner, helped raise many local kids at her facility, Firehouse Daycare. His father, Tom Stegner, was a member of the Oklahoma City Fire Department, and the local Sooner Volunteer Fire Department. Tom was instrumental in helping to implement 5 other volunteer fire departments in Logan County, OK.

Tim has been in the auto body repair business for over 20 years. In 1996, he rented an 1800 square foot section of a building that provided 4 stalls for him to use for car repairs. Having already established a relationship with a Porsche repair shop, and several local patrons, his auto body repair business grew. As business increased, so did the area. In 1998, he purchased the existing area and the rest of the building, increasing his work space by 1400 square foot. In 2000, he added another 1800 square foot section to the existing structure.  And, in 2007, he built a new 6400 square foot building to house the now 14 stalls, enhanced paint booth, relaxing customer waiting area and a great team of 7 employees, including his wife, Jessica. Tim and Jessica support local businesses by buying in Guthrie, when possible. Our sons attended Guthrie public schools and we proudly help sponsor youth activities such as FFA, 4H, Rainbow, and more, to encourage participation. 

The team at Body Worx strives for customer satisfaction. We offer a quality repair, backed by a lifetime warranty, at a fair price. We want our customers to be happy, and to return expecting a “no hassle” process.

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The shop.
The shop.
Comfortable waiting area.
Comfortable waiting area.
The shop dog (accepts all treats, works hard), Scarlett.