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Cadillac Allante Forum Discussion, considering 91 allante in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; im considering my first Allante. Its a 91 w/ 136000 miles. vin 1G6VS3385MU125242. i can trade for this vehicle. my ...
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    considering 91 allante

    im considering my first Allante. Its a 91 w/ 136000 miles. vin 1G6VS3385MU125242. i can trade for this vehicle. my 96 yukon and 80 prowler travel trailer for the Allante. I guess my question is are they as fun to drive as they look? should i consider stroing it in the winter. im in new england. thanx

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    Re: considering 91 allante

    I really don't know what your car and trailer are worth, but I think it is probably more than the current market prices on an Allante. I have a beautiful '90 with 87K miles and would sell it for $6K. Maybe you shoul sell your vehicles and then buy an Allante.

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    Re: considering 91 allante

    I totally agree with Dan, sell what you have and then buy an Allante, there are some seriously great deals out there. The answer to your other question is "YES"...they are a hell of a lot of fun to drive, especially with the top down!

    Peace,

    Chief

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    Re: considering 91 allante

    Quote Originally Posted by babylac89 View Post
    I totally agree with Dan, sell what you have and then buy an Allante, there are some seriously great deals out there. The answer to your other question is "YES"...they are a hell of a lot of fun to drive, especially with the top down!

    Peace,

    Chief
    http://www.carsforsale.com/used_cars...ante_100277241 is this the car? You can always work on that price...and if you are considering storing for the winter, there is some prep work that needs to be consdiered (check the FAQ section).

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    Re: considering 91 allante

    Quote Originally Posted by Ieradi View Post
    http://www.carsforsale.com/used_cars...ante_100277241 is this the car? You can always work on that price...and if you are considering storing for the winter, there is some prep work that needs to be consdiered (check the FAQ section).
    Tony...I think you meant to QUOTE...jvm

    Chief

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    Re: considering 91 allante

    Quote Originally Posted by babylac89 View Post
    Tony...I think you meant to QUOTE...jvm

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    True...

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