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The 1993 Cadillac Allante is truly the one you want. It was the final production year, and they are the best of the breed with a body by Pininfarina and an upgrade to Cadillac Northstar V8 power. So to find one in the right colors, loaded with features, and is this affordable makes for an irresistible deal.
This car represents its Italian and American spirits perfectly. The factory-correct Pearl Red paint is the perfect color for flair, just like the Alfa Romeo Spider or the best Ferraris. And this one genuinely runs with that pack because the bodies were designed and built by Pininfarina. But these are also truly American cars with the V8 and final assembly taking place in Detroit. And so like any good American, it has great brightwork on the bumper trim and those mirror-like factory chrome wheels. The result is a stunning trans-Atlantic partnership that makes for a unique and striking convertible.
If you like the way the black roof looks against the red, then you'll love folding it back to reveal the full black leather interior. The highlight of this is the individual seating for two that individually power adjusts to give you and your passenger the ideal setting. The full gauge package has crisp markings like the finest Italian cars. Staying true to the Cadillac name, there are plenty of luxury features such as cruise control, power locks, driver's airbag, and power windows. The driver-oriented command center stack houses the driver information center, AM/FM/CD/cassette stereo, and automatic climate control buttons. The last one is particularly nice because it means saying comfortable with the cold air conditioning even when the top is down in the summer. The trunk and storage behind the seats is quite ample, so a weekend road trip never means leaving the golf clubs behind
While this one has a great presentation inside and out, the real reason why you want a final-year 1993 Allante is under the hood. This was the one and only time you could get Cadillac's brilliant 4.6-liter Northstar V8. It produces 295 horsepower, which is a huge 48% bump over the previous year! You can tell that they knew this was a special motor since day-one because this believed original powerplant, and it has been maintained to where you'll love showing it off. But really, this Caddy is meant for driving. In fact, the Allante 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 that adapts at speed. Finishing this stellar package is the confidence of four-wheel disc brakes, ABS, and Yokohma tires.
Complete with owner's manual packet and service manual, this Allante is a great buy because this future classic was made in so few numbers. But when you can get a deal on the most powerful one of them all, well then, we don't have to tell you how quickly this one will get snatched up. Call today!!!
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