These cars sold for over $2m in the late 80's when the market for Ferraris was hot. Today they change hands for around $1m.
June 26th, 2007
Thanks to an anonomous tip, and to the help of members of FerrariChat forum, I have come to the conclusion that this is not a real Ferrari 250 California Spyder.
After comparing this car to the car used in the movie "Ferris Buellers Day Off", I conclude that it is not one of those cars.
Thanks to the helpful people at FerrariChat, I've concluded that this is a reproduction of a 250 California Spyder, using some Ferrari parts.
Here is one of the forum comments:
"Based on the pictures, I'd guess it's a rebody of a later model Ferrari. Gauges, other trim pieces are from a newer model. Motor is a Ferrari motor, but looks larger than a 250. I'd guess that this is a rebody of a 330 or 365 2+2. But it's just a guess."