1993 Cadillac Allante Coupe
Take a moment to appreciate what it means to have a 1993 Cadillac Allante. It's the final-year for this Italian-styled luxury droptop, and it has the most powerful V8 ever available. So when you find one of these rare and unique machine in a survivor-quality presentation, you soon realize this one is for true connoisseurs. Having the Pininfarina badge on a Cadillac is part of a short but very special tradition. So having your Allante in Euro Red paint just seems like the exact right color to represent a car that was designed and built by the same hands that did the best Ferraris. But also as a red-blooded American, the Northstar V8 badge is very important, too (more on that in a moment.) This trans-Atlantic partnership means you always have a story to tell, but more importantly, it also created one of the most distinctive Caddys ever. The soft line of the overall design are sectioned off by sharp creases that run the full length and width of the car. You can see all the so vividly today because this example has truly been treated with respect from day one. That's why this one carries the factory paint with such a nice luster, the time is complete, and the factory alloys look like they've never seen a curb. Just like the exterior, the interior has been cared for like a cherished classic. The two-tone tan is a nice reminder of the Italian style (so is the Pininfarina script ahead of the gearshift.) But the true European influence here were cars like the Mercedes SL. Cadillac was building a world-beater, and so these were loaded with the best features. It starts with the power adjusting leather seats for you and your passenger. The digital dash is a wonder of '90s technology, and when combined with the driver-oriented center stack, it certainly delivers on Cadillac's modern promise of art and science. It offers advanced digital features such as full gauges, AM/FM/CD/cassette stereo, trip computer, and automatic climate control. As true to the Cadillac name, there are plenty more luxury features such as power windows, cruise control, power locks, driver's airbag, and an alarm system. The trunk is big enough to handle much more than a weekend's worth of luggage, which makes this the perfect getaway companion even for a golfing weekend. While the great presentation inside and out has you ready to buy, the real reason why you want a final-year 1993 Allante is under the hood. This was the one and only time you could get Cadillac's brilliant 4.6-liter Northstar V8. It produces 295 horsepower, which is a huge 48% bump over the previous year! And because this droptop has been so well preserved thus far, you'll be happy to see a nearly factory-fresh presentation under the hood. Extremely reliable and with enough power to make the Allante an athlete on the road, it's the ideal traveling partner when the sun is shining and the top is down. And because this was built to take on the best of Europe, driving dynamics were also on the engineers' minds. So, it came standard with features such as four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive, and a fully independent suspension that adapts at speed. Finishing this stellar package is the confidence of four-wheel disc brakes, ABS, and Michelin Pilot tires. Complete with the full owner's manual packet, this is a standout Caddy convertible amongst standouts. So if you're quick enough, you can get the best of everything at a terrific price. Call now!