Committed to providing you excellent service, so you always choose us for your repair needs.


For most people, auto body and repair is not fun or convenient. So, we want make the process as easy and enjoyable as possible for you. We genuinely care about your car and your experience, and it shows. Our first-time customers continually become our long-term customers time and time again, choosing us for all their paint & auto body needs.

We’re committed to auto repair and to serving you with quality and value. Bring in your car or truck today for an inspection & free repair estimate, and see what our commitment to quality is all about!  We may not be related, but you’ll feel like we’re family.

For over 30 years  we have been providing 
our clients with quality service to gain their full satisfaction, and they’ve shown their appreciation by coming back to us repeatedly.


We want to be the body shop and restoration

facility for all your automotive needs.

Grain Valley Auto Body is a professional collision repair & automotive painting service.

Established in 1987 and located minutes from Kansas City, Missouri off of I-70.  We offer our customers the ultimate in quality repair, refinishing and restoration. Our full service state of the art facilities include a professional frame machine, heated downdraft spray booth, computerized color matching & custom paint formulating. 

Owned and operated by Randy Logan, Grain Valley Auto Body is fully insurance company accredited and approved. We deal directly with your insurance company and adjusters and have done so for over 30 years. We will see to it that all repairs are done fast, correctly and your car is returned looking great. 

Randy is also known for producing award winning restorations and custom cars.

His cars have been featured in multiple car magazines including Hot Rod, Car Craft  & Hot VW. He did all the paint, bodywork and restoration on Bill Jenkin's original 1967 Grumpy's Toy Camaro which recently sold for close to one million dollars. Randy's restoration was then used for reference by Mattel to create a Hot Wheels toy & to make a 1:18 scale die cast collectible. He also did the early restoration of Ray Farhner's radical custom "Outer Limits" 1963 Split Window Corvette, which is now in the permanent collection at the Petersen Museum in Los Angeles. His other show cars include a custom 1962 Austin Healy,  a 1959 Pink Cadillac, a chopped & channeled VW dubbed "Bugzilla", original AC Cobras, Shelby Mustangs & too many other classic cars to count.  Check out the Gallery for a portfolio of some of his work.