This 1992 Cadillac Allante blends everything you love about a luxury convertible - Italian styling, a powerful American V8, and an internationally cool triple-black style straight from Cadillac.
Designed and built by Pininfarina in Italy, and then finished to Cadillac standards in America... This is truly an international story that captures the best of both worlds. It only gets better in a rare factory triple-black combination. This legacy has obviously been known since day one because this convertible has consistently been cared for correctly. The original glossy black paint is believed to be original. It highlights the sharply creased design, and it's such a smooth and uniform look that it's hard to tell where the body panels even meet. Complementing the shine of the factory paint is some great bright trim on places like the bumper, grille, and dual exhaust tips. But it's the upgrade to 16-inch polished Cadillac wheels that you'll notice the most. And that's not the only upgrade to this convertible. Items like the gold pinstriping and rear spoiler add even more distinction.
The all-black interior shows off a lot of European sophistication, starting with 10-way power adjusting seats designed by Recaro. The low mileage means the supple leather has been exceptionally well maintained. The digital dash is a wonder of '90s technology, and certainly delivers on Cadillac's more modern promise of art and science. Also, as true to Cadillac, there are plenty of luxury features such as cruise control, power windows, power locks, power steering, and provisions for air conditioning. The folding roof completes the triple-black package, and it neatly stows beneath the hard tonneau cover behind the seats. And because Cadillac wanted to design the perfect weekend getaway machine, the trunk has plenty of room to carry both the golf clubs and the weekend luggage.
This whole car has only averaged about 600 miles annually, and the tidy presentation of the engine bay really shows it. What makes this a true personal luxury cruiser is Cadillac's 4.5-liter V8. This torque-filled motor is a strong runner, and so it delivers the effortless driving feeling you expect in a Cadillac. 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 that adapts at speed. Finishing this driving package is the confidence of four-wheel disc brakes, anti-lock brakes, and a set of Goodyear Eagle tires.
Complete with owner's manual packet, this is the luxury classic in glossy triple-black. But this low-mileage Caddy also comes with plenty of substance behind the flash, and that's why it's an irresistible deal. Call today!!!