Car lovers who admire the original will appreciate this Maserati 250F (1957) model car. An extraordinary collectible in exclusive quality with a unique charisma. Hand-mounted precision model made of 1,387 single parts. Composed of diecast, metal, and copper. This precision model is hand-assembled and the attention to detail was focused not only on the body but also the “inner life” of the car. Some of the parts are, of course, invisible after the assembling, as in the case of the original car.
The 250F is called one of the most beautiful cars to hit the racetrack and 90 years of Maserati was reason enough for CMC to focus on this make. Maserati is undoubtedly one of the most venerable Italian manufacturers of racing cars and the 250F is deemed the most beautiful Monoposto to have ever hit the racetrack.
In addition, 1957 was a very remarkable and eventful year in Maserati history. Back then on August 4, more than 200,000 spectators witnessed the start of the Grand Prix of the century at the Nürburgring. After an acrimonious fight with his chief rivals Mike Hawthorn and Peter Collins, each of whom drove a Ferrari 801 F1, Juan Manuel Fangio was able to celebrate one of his most thrilling wins in his more light-weight Maserati 250F with a lead of barely 3.6 seconds. Thanks to this terrific victory that led to his fifth world championship, Fangio became a legend in racing history, and so did the 250F.