Originally designed under the destination of Callisto, the Cadillac
Allante was a secret weapon hidden in GM's sleeve. This 1988
Allante convertible, with 65,571 miles, is a time capsule of
Cadillacs late luxury sports roadster. The body designed and built
in Cambiano, Italy by Pininfarina, which is of Ferrari fame. The
bodies were then flown to Detroit to be matched to the chassis and
this example has both the removable hard top and the soft top
available. 2,569 Allantes were produced in 1988 with 33 being the
Burgundy Metallic like our example here. Powered by a 4.1 V8 that
is paired to a 4-speed automatic transmission, this roadster can
scoot. Being the luxury roadster of the time, this car came with
more than a few options. Power seats, windows, steering, and brakes
to name a few. Soft and driver-oriented interior is meant to feel
sporty while also wrapping the passengers in style and comfort.
With both a removable hard top and a manual soft top you can decide
what look you are going for. If this roadster has sped its way into
your heart and mind, let us know. You can see more of the car @
GatewayClassicCars.com where we have over 100 HD photos. Or if you
want, give us a call @ (866) 383-1416.
1988 Cadillac Allante
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