Grown-Ups, which was a big hit in both the US and the UK, saw Spade and Sandler starring as former high school friends who are reunited one weekend 30 years later.
Both Spade - best known for the long-running sitcom Just Shoot Me - and Sandler found fame on the long-running US show Saturday Night Live and have worked together in the past, notably in the 2007 hit I Now Pronounce You Chuck And Larry.
During his appearance on Jay Leno's Garage, the Joe Dirt actor confessed he was nervous about driving the Buick at night because it looked like a 'troublemaker car'.
And according to TMZ, the star may be gearing up to offload a restored version of the Dodge Daytona he drove in Joe Dirt, too.
His high school hijinks included planting stink bombs, and raising underwear up the flagpole.
During his senior year in high school, he was suspended for the seemingly minor crime of putting up unauthorized "Class of 82 rocks" posters in the hallways.
He started doing stand-up comedy while attending college, and made his big-screen debut in 1987's Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol.
He performed stand-up on Fox's The Late Show with Joan Rivers, and when she was fired, Fox asked Spade to be one of several rotating hosts, but he declined.
AKA David Wayne Spade Born: 22-Jul-1964Birthplace: Birmingham, MIGender: Male Race or Ethnicity: White Sexual orientation: Straight Occupation: Comic Nationality: United States Executive summary: Rules of Engagement David Spade's parents divorced when he was a toddler, and his father would "pop in once a year to take us to the circus," Spade says.
In grade school, he says he was taunted relentlessly by the other kids.
After a few more years languishing in night clubs, Spade joined the cast of Saturday Night Live in 1990, where his caricatures included a hostile receptionist for Dick Clark, and a hostile celebrity reporter insulting the stars in "Hollywood Minute".
After six seasons on SNL, Spade went on to star as a sarcastic office worker on the sitcom Just Shoot Me with Laura San Giacomo, and eventually wandered into the cast of 8 Simple Rules after the untimely death of its star, John Ritter.
The comedian purchased the Dodge at an auction back in 2015, dropping 0,000 on it.'I don't even know if I will drive this car around,' he told Us Weekly at the time. I'm just going to wake up every morning and spray it with Armor All.