Fans of Ferris Bueller's Day Off now have a chance to get their hands on one rather large piece of memorabilia.
A luxury home that features in the iconic '80s film is up for sale for $1.65 million.
In the film, the 5,300 square foot residence, located in Highland Park, Illinois, was the family home of Bueller's neurotic best friend Cameron Frye.
For sale: This home in Highland Park, Illinois, which featured in Ferris Bueller's Day Off, is on the market for $1.65m
Custom built: The glass-enclosed garage, where the character Cameron had a meltdown, was designed especially to store a collection of vintage cars
Bow bow... chicka chicka: Ferris Bueller in the famous garage scene
Eighties classic: Matthew Broderick starred as Ferris, while Alan Ruck played his neurotic best friend Cameron Frye
The character famously has a breakdown when he returns his father's Ferrari and discovers that hundreds of miles have been added to the speedometer.
Cameron and Ferris then watch in horror as the luxury vehicle breaks through the glass garage and smashes below.
The glass-wrapped home boasts four bedrooms, three bathrooms and features floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking trees.
Architects A. James Speyer and David Haid designed the 1953 house.
The glass-enclosed garage was designed especially to store a collection of vintage cars.
The home originally went on the market in 2009 for $2.3 million.
Room with a view: The home features floor to ceiling windows which look out over trees
Minimalist: The home, built in 1953, was designed by architects A. James Speyer and David Haid
The 1986 coming-of-age comedy film stars Matthew Broderick as Ferris, a charismatic teen slacker who decides to bunk off high school and have a day of fun around Chicago.
He encourages his girlfriend, Sloane, played by Mia Sara, and best friend, Cameron, played by Alan Ruck, to join him and hijacks ensues.
It was written and directed by the late John Hughes, who was also the man behind The Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles and Pretty in Pink.
Cooking up trouble: The home was the scene of plenty of high jinks in the film
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