Ferris Bueller’s Day Off is basically the best goofy teen movie there is, and after watching it, I think I’m long overdue for a — cough cough — day home from school. John Hughes is no slouch when it comes to the teen dream (hello, Sixteen Candles and The Breakfast Club), so it’s no surprise that we all want to be Ferris for a day, Ferrari and all.
1. PE Clock, $48; 2. Half-Silver Light Bulbs, $2/each; 3. Glass Thermometer, $13; 4. Vintage Sweater Vest, $18; 5. Rubik Nesting Table, $300; 6. Casio Calculator Watch, $23; 7. Ferrari 250 GT Model, $35; 8. Illuminated Globe, $130; 9. American Flag, $30; 10. Hotline Telephone, $48
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Ferris Bueller mixes some painfully gorgeous elements with charmingly nostalgic 1980s doodads. The Ferrari 250 GT? One was auctioned off in 2008 for a staggering $11 million. The beyond-dreamy modern glass cube of a house? It was on the market last year for a cool $2.3 million. Word to the wise: if you buy both the house and the car to keep inside, make a point to always lock the garage.
1. Vintage Hula Girl Mug, $15; 2. Boombox, $85; 3. Fresh Pineapple, $4; 4. Happy Acrylic Pitcher, $14, 5. Cacharel Floral Shorts, $283; 6. Set of 24 Umbrella Picks, $4; 7. T-bar Sandals, $36; 8. Paul Frankl Deco Lounger, $3,500; 9. Black Wayfarer Sunglasses, $12