Cadillac Allante Years

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Cadillac entered the sports car market in 1986 by introducing the Allante, which was designed to compete with Jaguar and Mercedes Benz. This little 2-seat roadster was a collaboration between General Motors and Pininfarina who designed and manufactured these sportscars. They ended production in 1993. The name Allante is a computer generated name that sounded good. 

When you do any repair work on your Allante, you want only parts that are genuine OEM parts. You will find those parts at

  • Steering -The Allante handling is part of what makes it fun to drive, and your steering is important to the overall driving experience. You do not want to wrench it around a corner, so you make sure that your power steering is operating. You may need to replace parts like the power steering pump, hoses or other parts. We carry the parts to fix your power steering, and we even have the steering column.
  • Electrical - Everything in your Allante is electrical, and if you get a short in the system, you can lose power to a lot of things. Not only do you need to make sure that your wiring is in good shape, you need to replace fuses when they wear out. We have these parts and carry replacement parts like lights, alternators, batteries, cables, ignition systems and antennas.

Not only do we offer the entire GM catalog of new, original parts, we also represent more than 300 specialty aftermarket parts manufacturers. We will ship all parts, even those deemed “hazardous”, such as airbags and seatbelt pre tensioners.