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Cadillac Allante Club

This club is led by Johnny Monzo, who has a passion and many years of experience with Allante’s, was started in May of 2004. This group essentially replaces the old Allante Appreciation Group (AAG). John’s vision was to create a National group, based in New Jersey, which would actively coordinate social events on a national basis, as well as providing a technical forum and bulletin board through the Cadillac Allante Club paid website. Johnny also has a repair facility in New Jersey for Allante members.

For membership information or to become a member, contact Johnny Monzo, CAC President at (856) 582 – 9243 or email to itsonlyluv@comcast.net or visit the Cadillac Allante Club website at www.cadillacallanteclub.com.



Allante Club of America

This club was created after the Allante Owners Group of America dissolved in 2003. The ACA began operations in June of 2004 by Tom Rohner and Scott Cabral from the San Diego Allante Group. The ACA’s goal is to enhance the appreciation, value and ownership experience of the Cadillac Allante. The ACA has a periodic newsletter called the “Allante Insider”. The ACA is based in San Diego, California.

For membership information, contact Tom Rohner at 1-888-ALLANTE or email to trohner@san.rr.com

Or visit the Allante Club of America website at www.allante.com or www.allanteclubofamerica.com.

There are various regional groups that fall under each of the national clubs that make it really enjoyable to own an Allante. We should know, Dave has owned six Allante’s himself!

Our recommendation is to join both national organizations, since they provide invaluable information and resources that will ensure your Allante ownership experience will be an exiting one. In addition, having these resources available takes a lot of the “mystery” out of Allante ownership.
 

Chicagoland Allante/XLR Club

The Chicagoland Allanté-XLR Club (CAXC) is an open marque club dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of the Cadillac Allanté & XLR automobiles among friends. The club was organized in November 1996.
For membership information, visit Chicagoland Allante or email Nicholas Ferrantino at pregomio@outlook.com

The club serves the Great Lakes region of Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Michigan and its members firmly believe in our motto: It's not just the car, it's the people.


National Allante Groups

At the end of 2003, the two existing national Allante organizations, the AAG and the AOA, were dissolved and two new national organizations were created:
  • Cadillac Allante Club This club, headed by John Monzo, who has many years of experience with Allante’s, was started in May of 2004. John’s vision is to create a National group, based in Turnersville, New Jersey, which will actively coordinate social events on a national basis, as well as providing a technical forum and bulletin board through the Cadillac Allante Club paid website and an East coast repair facility in New Jersey for Allante members.

    For additional information and membership signup to this national club, contact

    John Monzo, CAC President at (856) 582 – 9243

    or email to

    itsonlyluv@comcast.net

    or visit the Cadillac Allante Club website at www.cadillacallanteclub.com.

  • Allante Club of America This club was created after the Allante Owners Group of America and the Allante Appreciation Groups dissolved in 2003. The ACA began operations in June of 2004 by Tom Rohner and Scott Cabral from the San Diego Allante Group. The ACA’s goal is to “enhance the appreciation, value and ownership experience of the Cadillac Allante. The ACA will be starting quarterly newsletters to replace the “Allante Avenues” and “Allante World” publications previously issued by the AOA and AAG, respectively. The ACA is also committed to maintaining the AllanteNet bulletin board and the Allante Library. The ACA is based in Del Mar, California.

    For additional information and membership sign up to this national club, contact

    Tom Rohner at 1-888-ALLANTE               

    or email to

    trohner@san.rr.com                                   

    or visit the Allante Club of America website at www.allante.com

          Our recommendation is to join both national organizations, since they provide invaluable information and resources that will ensure your Allante ownership experience will be an exiting one. In addition, having these resources available takes some of the “mystery” out of Allante ownership.


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