Every auto enthusiast who’s seen Ferris Bueller’s Day Off will know of the automotive tragedy that appears to take place onscreen: a 1961 Ferrari 250 GT rocking off of its jack stands, through a window, and into a ravine. No matter how realistic it might seem to the viewer, the good news is that no Ferraris were actually harmed — it was a replica.
Much like the Little Legends Spyder pictured here; however, this one’s decidedly smaller — just 1:2 scale, in fact. Built as an homage to the Ferrari 250 GT California, it’s a children’s car that features a remarkable attention to detail and an impressive spec sheet to boot. Inside, you’ll find a leather interior complete with a wooden steering wheel, dashboard dummy gauges, as well as some working release handles for the trunk. Under the hood, it’s powered by a 110cc air-cooled four-stroke petrol engine, enabling 7hp through its sequential transmission and a top speed of 29mph. And that’s not all — the car also comes equipped with dual-piston Brembo brakes as well as independent front and rear suspension, rack-and-pinion steering, and even adjustable gas shock absorbers. Finished off with a “BU3LLER” vanity plate, it’s truly a sight to behold. Bid now for $7,150.