4610 Pet Lane
Tampa , Florida
This 1992 Cadillac Allante blends everything you love about a luxury convertible Italian styling, a powerful American V8, and the appeal of a low-mileage personal luxury convertible wrapped in a bold red package. And it's all offered right now for a terrific price.
Euro Red seems to be the perfect factory color for this car. After all, the Allante was designed and hand assembled by Pininfarina the same styling house that is preferred by Ferrari. They were then flown in a special 747 jet from Italy to the USA where Detroit made the final drivetrain assembly. And beyond just the paint's name, it's a great example of opulence thanks to great care over the years. So the Italian-applied red still brightens up like your favorite wine in the sunshine. The minimal use of chrome and trim makes this car look modern and sleek. Even the black roof is well-coordinated as it looks terrific against the red.
But a car like this is meant to be open to the world, and when you do, you get the same appeal of the black against the exterior red. The leather interior shows off a lot of European sophistication, starting with 10-way power adjusting seats designed by Recaro. The digital dash is a wonder of '90s technology, and it certainly delivers on Cadillac's modern promise of art and science. It offers advanced digital features such as full gauges, trip computer, provisions for an AM/FM/CD/cassette stereo, and automatic climate control now blowing cold with R134a A/C. And true to the Cadillac name, there are plenty more luxury features such as cruise control, power windows, power locks, driver's airbag, and an alarm system. The trunk is actually large enough to handle much more than a weekend's worth of luggage, so don't forget those golf clubs!
What makes this a true personal luxury cruiser is Cadillac's fuel-injected 4.5-liter V8. The clean and tidy presentation tells you this has been treated correctly all its life and the whole car has only averaged less than 2,400 miles annually. So there is nothing getting in the way of unleashing the torque-happy thoroughbred on the open road. In fact, this one was built as America's answer to the Mercedes SL. Thus, it came standard with great driving features such as four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive and a fully independent suspension. Finishing this great driving package is the confidence of four-wheel disc brakes, ABS, and Pirelli tires on factory alloy wheels.
With less than 2,000 produced in 1992 (it's rarest year), and the owner's manual packet with the sale, this Allante is a great surviving example of automotive opulence - the likes of which we are likely never going to see again. It's amazing such a thoroughbred can be so affordable. Call today!!!