If this were an actual vintage Ferrari 250 GT California, it would be worth many millions of dollars.

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But that doesn't mean this isn't a special and iconic car in its own right.

This 1985 Modena GT Spyder California replicar is one of three cars featured in the John Hughes' movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off.

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This particular Modena features a 5.0-liter Ford small-block V8 with four downdraft carburetors and a five-speed manual transmission.

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Built by Modena Design and Development, this replica Ferrari wasn't built in Italy, it's the product of El Cajon, California.

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The interior features tan leather, a period-look radio and a wood-rimmed wheel.

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The engine features black crinkle-finish valve covers.

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In April, the Modena GT became just the 22nd inductee into the Smithsonian's Historical Vehicle Association Hall of Fame.

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This is Chassis No. 0003 of just three cars built.

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The Modena GT heads to the block at Mecum's big auction in Monterey in August.

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Period-look gauges dominate the dashboard

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The Modena GT's frame is made of rectangular steel tubing.

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A nine-month refresh/update was carried out by Neil Glassmoyer, president of Modena Design.

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This car last sold at auction  -- also with Mecum -- in 2013. It realized $235,000 -- well above the price you'd expect for a replica, but well below the price of an actual Ferrari.

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Keep clicking or scrolling for more images of the Ferris Bueller Modena GT.

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