1989 Cadillac Allante Hardtop Convertible Roadster 4.5L V8 16V NO RESERVE

Price: US $2,025.00 Item location: Winter Park, Florida, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Cadillac
  • Model: Allante
  • Doors: 2 Doors
  • Year: 1989
  • Mileage: 128,200
  • VIN: 1G6VR3180KU103063
  • Color: White
  • Engine size: 4.5L V8 16V
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: FWD
  • Interior color: Brown
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1989 Cadillac Allante

You are bidding on a very beautiful and outstanding 2-Owner 1989 Cadillac Allante Hardtop Convertible with Automatic Transmission and has 128K Miles all highway miles from the state of Florida. . It runs and drives very well with a smooth acceleration and shifts good from gear to gear without any hesitation. This vehicle has only 128K Original Miles and for a Acurathat is nothing it has many more miles to travel. This Cadillachas been in Orlando all its life. Has no rust and is in mint condition, has no accidents, and also comes with original hard-top and books

This vehicle is a MUST SEE! Has been very well maintained and garage kept. The car looks beautiful and drives just as nice! It handles as if it was brand new. Acura's have also proven themselves over the years as an industry leader in reliability. You know that these cars will run for hundreds of thousands of miles!

This vehicle comes equipped with In dash Cassetteand AM/FM,Power Windows, Power Door Locks, Power Mirrors, Soft top andHardtop etc.

Runs and drives great like brand new, it was always dealer service, has no problems, transmission shift so smooth that it's like a brand new, runs very smooth and quiet, has great power also, the inside in great condition, A/C is so cold that it would freeze your ass off, the paint is in showroom condition, all power, has brand all matching newish tires, very good on gas.
The interior is very nice with no stains or odors. The exterior is gorgeous and the paint is very glossy.

The Engine is a 4.5L V8 and it runs Excellent, the transmission shifts perfect. All 4 tires are matching and in great condition. The under carriage of the vehicle is clean with no oil leaks or rust. Overall the vehicle runs/drives like new and is absolutely Beautiful in and out.

There is No Rust on the vehicle. A Southern Vehicle from the Sun Shine State

This vehicle has a FL Clear Title.

There is No Rust on the vehicle. A Southern Vehicle from the Sun Shine State

28MPG. Huge $avings on fuel cost!!!!!!

The A/C blows cold and the Heater works great too.

Controls such as the Power Mirrors, Power Door Locks, Power Windows all work.

Car Runs and Drives Good. Don't miss out on this beautiful Cadillac. Bid with confidence.

The Cadillac Allante is a milestone car in the history of General Motors.

You could say the Cadillac Allante was an attempt to distance General Motors’ luxury brand, much like what Cadillac is trying to do today with its move to New York City, exclusive engines and more.

But, the Cadillac Allante was certainly not the most business-savvy way to go about positioning Cadillac against the Mercedes-Benz SL and Jaguar XJS, as told by Motoring Research originally.

You see, Cadillac decided to team up with Italian-based coach builder, Pininfarina, for an exclusive convertible which shared no components with any other GM branded vehicle.

Cadillac had Pininfarina build the bodies of the Allante, paint them, trim them and, finally, install their convertible tops. Then, the cars would hop a flight from Turin, to Detroit via a jumbo jet airliner, where the sub-frames, suspension, drivetrain and other components would be installed.

And, thus, a Cadillac Allante was born. Though, it could have really been called anything, as the Allante name was selected from a list filled with 1,700 random computer-generation names.

In the end, it simply wasn’t enough. Pininfarina’s convertible tops were known to leak substantially, and GM pushed the car out to production anyway after identifying the issue, tarnishing the Allante name from the start. Despite improvements each year, the convertible couldn’t truly contest the SL and XJS.

Cadillac wanted to sell 6,000 examples each year, but its best selling year saw merely 4,670 units sold in the end. If one still desires one of these unique vehicles today, low mileage examples can still fetch $20,000.

It may very well have been the last time one of the giant automaker's divisions sold a car that was unique.

See lots of Pictures Below!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The winning bidder will not be disappointed with this vehicle so bid with confidence.

Also AutoCheck available upon request.

This is a NO RESERVE auction bid which means the highest bidder wins and gets this beautiful car. I have started the auction very low to enable you to decide what you want to pay by entering your maximum bid. Enter your bids early rather than the last minute so that you do not loose out on this vehicle.

Congratulations in advance to the winning highest bidder :)