Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
The right color, the right quality, the right features, and the right price - this 1991 Cadillac Allante delivers a modern luxury experience in a package that is guaranteed to turn heads.
This is a low -mileage and well-respected machine. So it only seems fitting to be presented in a glowing bright white. The quality of the paint and the straightness of the sheetmetal combine to show off a car that is unmistakably premium. And there's something quite distinct and upper-class about the color-matched alloy wheels. In fact, the whole appearance is quite formal. Italy's Pininfarina was responsible for the design, and they were thoughtful in the overall look. That's why the parking lights are integrated into the sporty red accent line that encircles the car. And the third brake light in the trunk looks more like a ruby Cadillac insignia. Plus, this is one of the most attractive color combos around where the crisp black roof gives the whole car the look of formalwear.
If you like the look with the black roof in place, then you'll love the full black interior. Since this car has averaged less than 1,200 miles annually, the leather looks exceptional. Those dual bucket seats are by the masters at Recaro, and they power adjust to the ideal position. And factory automatic A/C climate control means you two can stay comfortable with the top down well into the summer season. The whole interior is centered around the driver. So all the controls for the power windows, power locks, AM/FM/CD/cassette stereo, information computer, and cruise control are all within easy reach. Plus, Cadillac was great at engineering an airbag steering wheel that still gives you a full view of the gauges. That's especially nice because this one has the optional digital readout package. And because you'll want to enjoy this grand touring Caddy for plenty of weekend trips, the trunk is large enough to handle luggage and the golf clubs together.
Under the hood is the numbers-matching 4.5-liter V8. This multi-port fuel-injection motor was designed to compete with the best in the world. In fact, Cadillac invested heavily in this car because they were out to be a better drop-top than the Mercedes SL. So they made sure to hit their mark for powerful and luxurious. That's why you have features like a four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive, power steering, and a luxurious ride. And just like the Europeans, this Allante can hold the road with authority thanks to great driving components like four-wheel disc brakes, ABS, and a fully independent suspension.
The sale comes complete with the original window sticker, owner's manual, and service manual. This is the nicely package and nicely preserved luxury drop-top offered at an obtainable price. This Caddy is exactly what you want, and it's ready for you to enjoy the long way home right now. Call today!!!
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