A modern Fleewood 75? I like it. Even has smaller wheels with bigger sidewalls for comfort.
I’ve grown a love for Saabs, and when I discovered this Cadillac was forcibly developed by Saab at the tune of 140 million USD, so I knew the Swedes would still do a good job. This could be found with a 6 speed manual and a V6 turbo engine from the Saab 9-3 Turbo X. GM Europe...good shit over there.
Time to celebrate a pop some bubbly the CT6 is a success!
I always loved the ‘76 Eldo. There was just something about it. It was the ideal personal luxury vehicle for the discerning businessman. Well, I wasn’t a businessman. I was an amateur racer. I live and breathe amateur motorsports. Autocross, rallycross, time attack, track day - you name it, I’ll kick your ass in it.…
Allanté for your time.
After narrowing her decision to the Buick Regal, Volvo S60, and Lexus ES300H, my grandmother just brought home a CPO 2014 Cadillac ATS4 with the 2.0T and the Performance package. Yes, my 77 year old grandma now has paddle shifters and Brembo brakes. I couldn’t be happier with her choice, and neither could she!
Never thought I’d see one of these in the flesh.
I’ve owned my XLR for five years now and love it, but yesterday I returned home from a national meet (Allante/XLR) to see a post and comments about what a poor decision it was for Cadillac to build this beautiful halo car.
Just got home from my first Cadillac Allante/XLR Club National meet. There were 32 Allantes and 3 XLRs. Fun was had by all.
A Cadillac hard top roadster with edgy Art & Science styling based on the Corvette? How could Cadillac mess up a formula that had success written all over it? Sadly they did though
Not in the greatest of shape but the extra two jump seats in the rear are pretty funny.
Omega Motorsports is trying to make a name for themselves hosting 1/2 mile side by side racing events. Last month they hosted an event at an old airstrip in Rantoul, IL (just down the road from Champaign). As I always do with these type events, I went the first time to spectate and guage the track condition and event…
1987 Cadillac Allanté. 62k miles, phenomenal shape, $5975. Very gold. My thoughts on it are as follows:
This thing just oozes style and luxury. It’s got that classic Cadillac ambiance to it.
What’s the deal with that hood?