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    Ieradi is offline Cadillac Owners Fanatic
    Automobile(s): 1992 Allante
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    Media, PA outside of Philadelp

    Re: looking for shopping advice

    Quote Originally Posted by wcoates View Post

    Spend some time and buy the correct car. The chase is half of the experience. There is absolutely NO reason to spend $15K on an Allante. None, zero,nada! ...Good luck and let the hunt begin. Keep us posted!
    I can attest to Bill's comment...the chase is half the experience. My wife and I recently flew out to Indiana to pick up a 92 (BTW - Red interior with Bright white exterior is sharp!!!). Lost a credit card, had a bogus license plate, picked up some fireworks, and spent the 4Th of July driving back east. It was an experience...and my previous 90 came from FLA...sight unseen.

    Please do keep us posted.

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    babylac89 is offline Cadillac Owners Fanatic
    Automobile(s): 1993 Cadillac Allante-Northstar
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    Re: looking for shopping advice's truly easy to succumb the Allante's 'siren song'. I bought mine almost five years ago and it's a decision I have never regretted. Every time that I take it out for a drive, I receive positive comments about it. My wife and I love to just get out and take drives up the coast in it. You will enjoy driving around in a car that is both unique and a lot of fun to drive.


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