A CLASSIC Ferrari used in a famous film sold at auction for a high price – but there’s a reason it didn’t sell for more.
Fans were shocked to find out that the car was going to be auctioned.
A replica of the Ferrari 250 GT California used in the iconic 80s film Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.
The prop car was sold for a whopping £277,701 – and it doesn’t even drive!
The replica will be auctioned off at Heritage Auctions.
The real California Spyder model is one of the most coveted classics and can cost millions of dollars.
“This ‘car’ is a prop, not a working car. There is no engine or drivetrain.”
The car has a fibreglass body bolted to a rolling chassis.
It also has tan vinyl seats, a matte black fibreglass dashboard with gauges and a wooden steering wheel.
The patterned jumper vest worn by actor Matthew Broderick throughout the film also sold for £118,271.
People on Facebook were surprised by the props and their prices.
One said, “Dear Santa, I’ve been good.”
Another said, “Oh my God. My husband will suffer.”
A third pointed out, “Can you imagine? I mean, we’ve seen some cool cars. It’s different.”