Got laid off from insurance adjusting and have fallen back on body work and now have more than I can do on the side and am opening a shop of my own. I've got a guy I've started doing a few cars for and we are now moving into some long hall restoration stuff that is just to in depth to price by the job. Looking at pricing by the hour and I've never priced by the hour on this type stuff. Looking for advice from some of the guys who may do this or have had it done? Wondering about fair per hour restoration pricing and if I should add materials at the end or have the hourly rate also cover materials. Parts and panels would be separate of course and there would be a weekly draw based on recorded hours.