If you've ever wanted to push a bright red 1961 Ferrari 250 GT out of a glass garage, you're in luck.

Fans of the 1986 John Hughes classic 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' would recognize the house of Cameron (Alan Ruck), Ferris' (Matthew Broderick) neurotic best friend, anywhere; a pivotal scene in the movie, in which Cameron's father's expensive car is accidentally pushed to its death, takes place there.

Now, the house is up for sale. Again. At a lower price.

Located in Highland Park, IL, the iconic four-bedroom house is currently going for over $1 million.

The 5,300 square-foot house was built in 1953 and is called 'The Ben Rose Home' after its former owner, a photographer. It still has the glass garage over the wooded ravine shown in the movie.

This is the second time the house has gone up for sale. In 2009, Cameron's house was listed for $2.3 million, but it looks like a down economy has the seller asking for the lower price of $1.6 million this time around.

In April 2010, the car from the same scene went up for sale (although the actual car was only a model and not a real Ferrari, considering how banged up the movie prop actually got).

The car was expected to sell for between $45,000 to $60,000.

Check out more info about Cameron's house here.

How much would you spend for a piece of movie history?