"Iowa's largest dealer, since 1966"
Gary Doan opened Gary's OK Body Shop in 1966 with wife Collette. Gary was a hot-rodder and drag racer, and started his business as an auto repair shop. Gary soon discovered that the snowmobile industry was taking off after selling a couple of early models. Gary's has gone on to become the largest Ski-Doo dealer in the state of Iowa, and has customers from across the country, New York to California.
Gary's son Aaron has worked in the business since he was a boy, and today Aaron is the second generation owner of Gary's OK Body Shop. He continues providing quality products and service for the snowmobile and ATV community.
Gary's OK Body Shop, Ski-Doo & Can-Am works with the area's most qualified mechanic, Jerry Lauer, who first introduced Gary to snowmobiles and has worked with Gary and Aaron for nearly 50 years.
Aaron's daughter Alexa grew up helping out around the shop and riding snowmobiles. She has been working at Gary's since 2010.
What is your return policy?
We offer 30-day returns on most merchandise with receipt. Special orders may be returned for store credit only, less any applicable shipping/restocking fees set by the manufacturer.
What are your payment methods?
We accept cash, checks and all major credit cards.
Promotional financing on vehicles is available through BRP with Sheffield Financial and Citibank.
We also recommend checking with your local bank or credit union to determine your personal best rate.
Do you offer rentals?
We do not offer rentals.
We try to stock a wide variety of new and pre-owned snowmobiles to fit every budget, family and lifestyle.
Do you work on cars?
We started out as a body shop and have repaired and rebuilt many vehicles over the years. Currently, our main focus is on our snowmobile and off-road vehicle customers. During the off season we may take on a classic car restoration as time and space in the shop allows. We are an authorized retailer for Motorville and can order parts for your hot rod or project car.
Why is the business an "OK" body shop?
Before Gary purchased the property, it was a truck stop, service station and OK Tire franchise. A huge "OK" sign had been hanging on the front of the building since the tire company went out of business. Ever resourceful, Gary kept the sign, made it his own, and Gary Doan's OK Body Shop got it's name.