Ferrari 250 California Spider Replica
“Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” would be just another teenage comedy if it wasn’t for the gorgeous 1961 Ferrari convertible. Based on the regular 250 Convertible, Enzo Ferrari introduced a special version called GT California Spider. It featured a racing engine in a gorgeous open-top package. Offered until 1960, only about 55 cars left the factory in Italy (via Collier Auto Media).
However, such a rare and expensive car was not used in “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.” In fact, the seductive fiberglass body of the Ferrari 250 California Spider Replica was put on a 1980 Corvette frame. That made it look almost like a classic Ferrari.