Was that a real Ferrari in Ferris Bueller?
While three Modena replicas were driven during the film, a real Ferrari was used for close-up shots. One of the cars was even destroyed in the comedy when Ferris’s friend Cameron Frye tries to remove some miles from its odometer, while the other never got finished.
How much is a 1961 Ferrari 250 GT worth?
1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spider This 1961 250 GT SWB California Spider sold for $17,160,000 at a Gooding & Company auction at Amelia Island in 2016. The car featured in the 1963 Academy Award-winning Film Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow.
Did they really destroy the Ferrari in Ferris Bueller?
It may be the most recognized Ferrari 250 GT California in the world, except that it’s not a Ferrari, and it wasn’t actually destroyed in the making of John Hughes’ 1986 blockbuster, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.
Where is 1987 Modena 250GT California Spyder convertible located?
This 1987 Modena 250GT California Spyder Convertible is #12 of 38 and is located in Vancouver Canada. Unfortunately, due to family commitments, I have to reluctantly sell the vehicle so don’t miss your chance of owning
What kind of engine does a Ferrari 250GT Modena Spyder have?
The engine has less than 5,000 miles on a complete $7,000rebuild with custom pistons, Crane cam, Mallory ignition, Edelbrock 4-barreland aluminum heads. Runs and sounds better than the original 12 cylinder models. It has a red leather interior, Nardi steering wheel, Pirellis, knock-off wire wheels and a 5 speed transmission.
How many miles does a Modena Ferrari have?
Recognized by Motor Trend and Car and Driver Modena was eventually sued by Ferrari and production was terminated. This is an accurate recreation and one of the few survivors. The engine has less than 5,000 miles on a complete $7,000rebuild with custom pistons, Crane cam, Mallory ignition, Edelbrock 4-barreland aluminum heads.