1990 Cadillac Allante, Rare car - $4,500 (Creswell)

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1990 Cadillac Allante

condition: good
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: fwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 85000
paint color: grey
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: convertible

This is a rare Cadillac Allante 2 door luxury car, with soft top and Pearl White aluminum hard top also. We have owned it for four years and enjoyed it tremendously. We just have too many vehicles. This is a real headturner wherever you drive or show it. The car is not perfect, the upholstery needs some work, it has minor dents, but the battery is new and the tires have less than 500 miles on them.
Some History on this model:
The Cadillac Allanté is a two-door, two-seater luxury roadster marketed by Cadillac from 1987 until 1993. It used a Cadillac chassis and running gear with a body built in Italy by coachbuilder Pininfarina. It was expensive to produce with the complete bodies flown to Detroit for final assembly. Over 21,000 were built during its seven-year production run.
The Allanté incorporated an international production arrangement similar to the early 1950s Nash-Healey two-passenger sports car. The Allanté bodies were designed and manufactured in Italy by Pininfarina[5] and were shipped to the U.S. for final assembly with domestically manufactured chassis and engine, eventually leading it to be referred to as "the world's longest assembly line."[5] Specially equipped Boeing 747s departed from Turin International Airport with 56 bodies at a time,[5] arriving at Detroit's Coleman A. Young International Airport about 3 miles northeast of Cadillac's new Hamtramck Assembly plant, known as the "Allanté Air Bridge".[6][7] The expensive shipping process stemmed from GM's recent closing of Fisher Body Plant #18, which had supplied Cadillac bodies since 1921. It was not the first time that Cadillac joint-ventured with Pininfarina, having subcontracted body production for the 1959 Eldorado Brougham and design and coachworks for several one-offs, customs, and concept cars.
n 1990, Cadillac offered a lower-priced ($53,050) companion model with a cloth convertible roof and without the removable aluminum hardtop, and a model including the hardtop at $58,638. By midyear, prices were dropped to $57,813 for the hardtop/convertible and $51,500 for the convertible, which included a $650 Gas Guzzler Tax along with a $550 destination charge. The fully integrated cellular telephone, which was equipped from the factory on just 36 cars this year, was available for an additional $1,195. Allanté's bumper-to-bumper new car warranty, seven years and 100,000 mi (160,000 km), was three years longer than other Cadillacs, and an additional 50,000 mi (80,000 km) of coverage. Allanté owners also received a special toll-free number to call for service or concerns. Headlamp washers and dual 10-way Recaro seating remained standard. A driver's side airbag was added to the leather-wrapped steering wheel, eliminating the telescoping steering wheel — which retained its tilt feature. The analog instrument cluster – introduced the previous year – was standard on the convertible (available at no extra cost on the hardtop/convertible), with a total of 358 cars equipped with the analog cluster.
The car is not perfect, the upholstery needs some work, it has minor dents, but the battery is new and the tires have less than 500 miles on them. Auction will be both on site and online. Text for link to
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