Originally designed under the code name 'Callisto', the Allant competed with the Mercedes-Benz SL and Jaguar XJS. Allant's 4.1 liter V8 was a slightly modified variant of the same engine used across Cadillac's model lineup. The body of the Allant was designed and built in Italy by Pininfarina. The completed bodies were shipped 4,600 miles (7,400 km) from Italy in specially equipped Boeing 747s,
56 at a time, to Cadillac's Detroit/Hamtramck Assembly plant. The bodies were then mated to the chassis The Allant for 1992 was priced at $58,470 for the convertible, and $64,090 for the hardtop/convertible. Both prices included the mandated gas guzzler tax, which was now at $1,300. As it had been the custom for a few years now, price drops were announced midyear, $57,170 for the convertible, and $62,790 with the removable hardtop. The optional digital cluster was priced at $495 (available at no charge on the removable hardtop model), however, only 187 cars were equipped with the standard analog cluster this year. Also available on the convertible at extra-cost, a pearl white paint group (option YL3) priced at $700 (found on 443 models for 1992). This was the last year of the multi-adjustable Recaro seating design, as 1993 would go into production with less expensive Lear-designed 8-way dual power seats. Of the 1,698 produced this year, only 4 of them were specifically built for export all of them to Canada. Diamond Jim's MotorCars llc. offers the finest hand-picked pre-owned vehicles, nationwide financing, shipping, vehicle detailing, and a full range of vehicle warranties and service agreements, since 1978. With two locations situated just six blocks apart on South 27th St., in Milwaukee, Wisconsin we have over 200 cars in stock.
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