Some years and price increases ago, I too would've been frustrated with them not making new models. But now I'm actually feeling a little bit of relief, knowing that it would be over $500, and probably not even look like the 1:1. At this point, if there's a classic European car I wanna see in 1:18, I'd much rather Kyosho or even KK-Scale do it, since it'll be a fraction of the cost, and a lot more accurate.
In fact, I was looking at a list of my models in order of how much I paid for them, and that the wildly inaccurate CMC DB4 GTZ is #4 on that list really didn't sit right with me. Now I wish that KK or whoever else would make it, so I can get some of that money back, and get a much more accurate looking model while I'm at it. #1 on that list is by far the CMC 275 GTB, and honestly, I like my BBR classic Ferraris a bit more... they're sealed, but they look better, and I paid half or even less for them.
I'm very happy that they're rereleasing the Uhlenhaut instead of another swing and a miss on something else, since it's obviously one of their better models, and I missed it the first time. But after that, that might be it from CMC, as far as I'm concerned.