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N.C. Attorney General orders classic-car restoration business to shut down

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Posted: Monday, June 3, 2013 7:01 pm

A Buncombe County man who claimed to sell classic Pontiac Trans Ams has been ordered to stop taking orders and advance deposits for automobile restoration in North Carolina, N.C. Attorney General Roy Cooper said Monday.

A Wake County Superior Court judge on Thursday issued a temporary restraining order against Robert Allen McElreath and his businesses: Build-a-Bandit, Pick a Pony, Pontiac Pros, Common Man Classic Hot Rods and Discount Automotive Classic Restorations.

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