Heritage Auctions sold the Ferrari 250 GT California from Ferris Bueller’s Day Off at auction on December 17. At least, the last one was. Three cars were made for the film, and this was the last one available for purchase. You can’t actually drive the Ferrari because, according to Entertainment Weekly, it’s missing the engine and drivetrain on account of it not being an actual car. It was a movie prop built to be used in the film and rebuilt to be a display piece after filming.
The movie prop was one of three built for the John Hughes film. Read More