1987 Cadillac Allante Pinafarina Convertible
|Engine Size:||4.1 Liter V8|
The Cadillac Allante is a very unique car Cadillac produced. The luxurious body and interior design were built by Pinafarina in Turin Italy. Finished bodies were flown to GMs Detroit assembly plant where the power plant and suspension was installed. The car became known as The Flying Italian Cadillac. Each completed car was driven 25 miles for an individual evaluation.
The factory price in 1987 was 54,500.00. Only 3,666 models were produced in 1987 with a total of 6,000 Allantes ever produced, making this yet another rare collectible classic car. Another interesting feature to note is that the 1987 Allante launched Cadillac as the first manufacturer to use multiplexed wiring to control lighting on a production automobile. The Allante also introduced to the industry the first power retractable AM/FM/Cellular Telephone antenna on a vehicle..
This 1987 Cadillac Allante is a 2 owner car and it is in excellent driver condition. Exterior is Pearl White with a burgundy leather interior. Engine is Cadillacs multi-port fuel injected version of GM's aluminum 4.1 L V8 along with roller valve lifters, high-flow cylinder heads, and a tuned intake manifold. This car is fully loaded with options. It has a black soft top and the hardtop as well.
Miles are 133,000 but the car looks more like a 30,000 miles car. It has always been garaged and clearly was extremely well maintained over the years. Car is located in NC.