Over thirty years ago in 1985, a classic Ferrari was too rare and expensive to destroy in a movie. So most of the Ferrari scenes in the 80s coming-of-age classic Ferris Bueller's Day Off were shot with three Modena GT Spyders, built by Modena Design and Development in California. It's a testament to their work that the three custom cars were mistaken for Ferraris — that's how good the design and construction is. This is the third of the three Modenas and was restored by Neil Glassmoyer, a founder of Modena Design. With beautiful fiberglass bodywork and a V8 with four Weber carburetors, this Modena Spyder is a modern classic with a starring role in one of Hollywood's most beloved films.