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Apr 1, 2012 at 11:45 pm
The Allante seems to me to be one of those cars that you either understood or you didn't. I understand. I think Cadillac could sell a boatload of these cars today, now that they've reworked their image to be more of a European manufacturer instead of just building old fogey-mobiles, which was basically what Cadillac did in the 1980's-90's.

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1992 Cadillac Allante Convertable (18 Again)

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Became interested in the Allantes after attending the World's Largest Cadillac Parade in Barton VT last year. Talked to several owners and they were all so enthuasiastic about their rides, I decided to look for one. Found this beauty 35 miles from home and made it my own. It was the exact car I had been looking for and it is a lot of fun to drive - it will corner like its on rails, put a smile on your face and make you think you are 18 again.


Italian coach works by Pininfania - very nice quality. Two seater with enough trunk space to support a weekend get away, and enough smiles to want it to be a week long event. The 4.5 is peppy and will get you to speed so quick, you have to keep an eye on the speedometer, which regestars up 160mph. I have no doubt it would challange that marker.

Factory Options

These only come one way - loaded. It has every option available in 1992 with the notable exception of a drink holder. Guess the Italians think the driver shoulkd do just that - drive.


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