From the iconic movie “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” is Serial #GTC001 Modena Spyder California built by Modena Design and Development. A total of three cars were built for the film by Modena Design.
This is GTC001 and has received a recent body-off restoration by Modena Design founder Neil Glassmoyer. Powered by a 427ci V8 engine fed by a 750 CFM Demon 4-barrel carburetor atop an Edelbrock Performer RPM intake manifold and aluminum heads.
Mated to a TKO 500 5-speed manual transmission, with a carbon clutch and a limited-slip differential. Riding on one-off QA1 adjustable 16-position aluminum coil-over shocks, 4-wheel independent suspension and stopping power via Wilwood 6-piston front disc brakes and 4-piston caliper rear disc brakes with 12-inch vented, slotted and cross-drilled rotors.
During the restoration, upgraded carbon-fiber inner-tubs were employed for weight reduction. Beautiful 16-inch custom-made chrome wire wheels wrapped with BFGoodrich tires. GTC001 is highly detailed and features driving lights, bullet-shaped side view mirrors, a GPS speedometer and a Retrosound radio with Bluetooth, and two Blaupunkt amplifiers in the trunk powering 14 hidden speakers.
The interior and top boot were completely recovered with high-quality tan hides. This Modena includes movie memorabilia including photos, signed build photos, a 1/24-scale diecast model, and a Hot Wheels car. It also is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity from Modena Design and Development.
This car is scheduled to hit the auction block during primetime this Saturday (January 17th) at NO RESERVE, so stay with us for all your Barrett-Jackson updates.
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