1987 The Allante was Cadillac’s answer to luxury convertibles such as the Mercedes-Benz SL and Jaguar XJS. The car was produced in small numbers and was unique in several ways. First, the bodies were designed and manufactured by Pininfarina in Italy, then flown to Detroit for final assembly. Engine power is provided by a 4.1-liter aluminum V-8 engine with multi-port fuel injection at 170 hp, mated to a front wheel drive automatic transmission. The Allante offered state-of-the-art technology for Cadillac, with four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes, Macpherson strut suspension, a digital dashboard, and a Bose stereo. This Allante is sold with an aluminum hardtop and cloth folding top. Recent service includes engine and transmission fluid changes with Amsoil full synthetic as well as a complete tuneup and rebuilt fuel injectors. The Allante has 107k original miles and a clean title.