The unusual production arrangement between Italian body designer Pininfarina and US Based Cadillac resulted in a sport luxury car that was quite pricey coming in at close to $60,000 in 1987 after the gas guzzler tax was paid. The bodies were shipped in specially equipped Boeing 747s, 56 at a time over the course of 7 years with production totaling 21,430 cars. They were sent from Italy to Detroit,
MI where the drivetrains were fitted and finally assembly was finished. These cars have started to have a cult following over the last couple of years and have become quite popular and a good value based on what they cost brand new. A 1992 comparison test of the Allante by Car and Driver magazine placed it above the jaguar XJS and the Mercedes-Benz 300SL. The car offered here is a first year car that was purchased brand new by the current lady owner and has remained in her custody and care for the last 27 years. The car has just been serviced, has new tires and brakes and is ready to go. It comes with the original aluminum hardtop and black soft top that are in good condition. To see over 80 photos of this car, including under carriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.com!
ABS - 4-Wheel
Antenna Type - Power
Anti-Theft System - Alarm
Convertible Roof - Power
Digital Instrument Panel
Exterior Mirrors - Heated
Exterior Mirrors - Power
Front Air Conditioning
Front Air Conditioning - Automatic Climate Control
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