Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale happy to present this sharp 1991
Cadillac Allante.The Cadillac Allante 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.This nice example
in White Diamond with Black Leather interior is better than most
you will find, with a nice body, paint and interior showing less
than average wear. These are nice cars, with the 4.5 liter V8 and
4-speed automatic, producing enough power to be a contender in the
sports car market.In 1991, Cadillac added a power-latching
mechanism for the convertible top and redesigned the top stowage
cover mechanism to address customer complaints. The Bose stereo
system was upgraded to 200 watts, and the digital instrument
cluster featured in all but 275 Allante models this year, was
repriced (it was now a $495 option for the convertible model).
Prices began at $57,260, although a midyear price drop brought the
Allante convertible down to $55,900.This beauty runs and drives
quite well, everything working per the seller with the clean
CarFax. The Previous owner has added 16 inch chrome vogue wheels
and kept up on maintenance such as new radiator new battery and
fuel pump. This is a great looking classic that is looking for a
1991 Cadillac Allante
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