March 3, 2024

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Randolph County native opens classic car dealership

Carolina Classic Car owner Candace Bongiovanni (center) stands with managers Charlie Glass (left) and Mike Allen in front of a 1966 Chevelle. The new Asheboro business specializes in the purchase and sale of vintage automobiles. Allen moved Allen Automotive to the Carolina Classic Car location on Spring Forest Road.

Candace Bongiovanni likes all matters shiny and sleek whether that is a new silver necklace or the chrome bumper on a 1966 Chevelle. 

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She’s at residence and relaxed getting a girly female, or a tomboy. No matter what label applies to her in what condition, one particular that follows her everywhere is, businesswoman. 

The Randleman Large graduate, who has homes in Asheboro on Dave’s Mountain and at Lake Norman, just lately opened her next organization in her residence county in Asheboro — Carolina Vintage Cars. The car company specializes in purchasing and marketing classic vehicles, a enthusiasm for Bongiovanni and her husband, Mike. Bongiovanni also owns a superior-end women’s boutique in Lake Norman.