They're not only a collector's entry level model company, but they also make some old classic Ferraris for which there is likely not a big enough market to justify some other company to make a more expensive model, even if they could. Or, it would have to be so detailed and therefor expensive as to price it beyond the reach of most of us. For example take the 166 Barchetta. While not the first Ferrari, it is the oldest model in existence. I am probably one of the very few members who have one even though it only costs $30 ( and probably doesn't even justify that price in terms of quality). However, I can't see AUTOart or Kyosha producing it because it would have a tough time selling 10,000 copies. I could see someone like Exoto or CMC doing it but then they would have to sell it for $200+ ( just as CMC is doing with the '24 MB Targa Florio ).