1992 Cadillac Allante Convertible

Price: - Item location: Collinsville, Illinois, United States
  • Make: Cadillac
  • Model: Allante
  • Type: Convertible
  • Trim: Base Convertible 2-Door
  • Year: 1992
  • Mileage: 29,000
  • VIN: 1G6VS338XNU125707
  • Color: Silver
  • Engine size: 4.5L 273Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: FWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Options: Cassette Player, CD Player, Convertible, Leather Seats
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1992 Cadillac Allante Base Convertible 2-Door

1992 Cadillac Allante Convertible

29,000 Miles

4.5Ltr -- 200HP

New Tires

Only 1931 produced in 1992

Owned by the same family since new (Female Owned)

I am listing this for my mother-in-law. It was originally purchased new by her sister in Louisville Ky and is now located in St Louis Mo area.

The Allanté was Cadillac’s first venture into the ultra-luxury roadster market. The vehicle was sold from 1987 through 1993, with roughly 21,000 models built over its 7-year model run. Allanté’s production was planned at 6,000 units per year, however, sales figures show Cadillac only built about half as many. 1992 was the lowest production of all the Allante’s with only 1,931 made that year. The body of the Allanté was designed and built in Italy by Pininfarina (of Ferrari fame). The completed bodies were shipped 3,300 miles from Italy in specially-equipped Boeing 747s, 56 at a time, to Cadillac’s assembly plant in Hamtramck, Michigan. The bodies were then mated to the chassis. This led to a few interesting nicknames, such as “The Flying Italian Cadillac” and “The world’s longest assembly line.” The Allanté for 1992 was priced at $58,470 and this 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 mid-year, $57,170 for the convertible, and $62,790 with the removable hardtop. Again, the digital cluster was optional on the convertible, priced at $495. 1992 was the last year of the multi-adjustable Recaro seating design.


The Allanté proved popular in Hollywood. J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman) drove a silver Allanté in the later years of the hit TV show Dallas; Sylvester Stallone drove one in Tango and Cash, and an Allanté was driven by Joe Pesci in one of the Lethal Weapon movies. The car is all original .

Like new interior. Sold as is.