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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
The CMC all the way in my humble opinion. Although i've only actually seen the Enzo in the metal, I'm sure the CMC will be a much better model. It probably has the finest engine detail of any 1:18 at the moment.

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Discussion Starter · #12 ·
i have both,they are from two different era's and one a race car the other a road car.
depends on your personal preference to race or road if you have one.
if not then although the BBR Enzo is indeed a fine model as Lu said the CMC Maserati is indeed a museum piece.for the price this model can be bought for compared to the Enzo then it's a cut and dry choice if it's your wallet you are trying to help out :giggle

CMC Maserati all the way :cheers
 
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Discussion Starter · #14 ·
in my opinion both are perfect models.

CMC and BBR did an equally superb job on both cars.... but...

I think, it all comes down to taste and class.

The 250F (and I do not say CMC) is a refined car, its a classic with a beautiful engine, wheels are a charm aswell.

The Enzo is a modern car, it has nothing classy and refined. Its a supercar, the engine is sealed and the details are modern.

BBR and CMC both did an A+ job on the cars, but the 250F, as a subject matter, has more charm and it has more areas that can be seen/discovered.

Thus, I choose the 250F.
 
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Discussion Starter · #19 ·
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Yeah....I haven't explore the car yet. Need to take some time..As for the BBR Enzo, my country has not yet bring in this model but will be available in Dec. Too bad i never bought on the net as i've a weak heart... :giggle
 
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