Was Ferris Bueller's Ferrari A Fake?
Matthew Broderick reveals the car he drove in the film may not be the classic we think it is.
Remember this classic car from "Ferris Bueller's Day Off"? (Video via Paramount Pictures)
Surprise! What you're looking at is actually plastic.
Matthew Broderick shared the secret with Andy Cohen.
"Did you keep any special mementos from the set of 'Ferris Bueller'?" Cohen asked.
"No, I don't think I have a thing ... they didn't even let me touch the Ferrari. We had a fake Ferrari that we drove around in. It was plastic," Broderick said.
The real deal costs A LOT of money.
It's a 1961 Ferrari 250 GT California.
An identical model entered an auction this year.
Its guide price started at $12 million.
That's nearly 20 percent of the movie's earnings.
Can you afford that?
Don't worry, neither could they.
This video includes images from Getty Images.
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