Lee's Frame & Axle

About Lee’s Frame & Axle

Family Run Auto Body Repair in West LA

For four generations and over 70 years, Lee’s Frame and Axle Body and Paint has provided West LA with top of the line auto body repair and painting services.

First opened by G.B. “Papa” Lee in 1947 at Santa Monica and Bundy, the auto body shop moved three years later to its current location at 2298 Westwood Boulevard. It has stood there ever since, offering top-of-the-line auto body repair to the West Los Angeles community. Opened with old fashioned values and providing customers with work of the highest level quality and respect, “Papa” Lee’s commitment to service has been passed down through the generations.

“Papa” Lee ran the shop from its opening in 1947 until retiring in 1973. After Lee’s retirement, Lee’s son-in-law Walt Bock took the reins and ran the shop for the next ten years. In 1983 Walt passed the business down to his son Steve who currently runs the business with his wife Sandy. The staff now includes Steve and Sandy’s sons Sean and Steven, as well as their long time family friend Stoney.

Lee’s Frame and Axle Body and Paint melds a history of craftsmanship with the latest innovations and technology approved by manufacturers. The result of this combination is made evident by the quality of auto body repairs that comes out of our shop. The incredibly talented repair technicians aren’t just experienced, they are also I-CAR (Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair) and PPG (Paint Performance Guarantee) certified, ensuring that the work done is always of the highest standard.

It is the goal of everyone at Lee’s Frame and Axle Body and Paint to make your repairs as stress-free as possible. We can help you with setting up towing and car rental and work with insurance companies so you can get back to focusing on your life and not your accident.

We take great pride in providing West LA with unbeatable auto body repair, and look forward to helping you get your vehicle back to the condition it was in before it was damaged.