Thank you for posting the links, I hadn't seen any of those. The safety wires are clearly there in several of the pictures. You've been very helpful!
Glad to hear that i could help. I would give it a try too, looks quiet nice on a model, a small tiny detail which brings such a model to life in my view.
Keep your great work up, love your kind of modeling with so much attention to details especially your machined parts!
Edit: Found some more pics and insteresting stuff maybe, an articel about a british modeler building a 250 from scratch:
Next a link for a for sale 250f, a restored one with another solution for the wires
https://www.fiskens.com/cars-for-sale/M ... /13544.htm
Reg Hunt in his 250f, notable wires on the side
Again a link for Reg Hunt, scroll down to the top pic of page 12, showing the wires on the front
https://maserati.org.au/wp-content/uplo ... -1950s.pdf
and another pic from Monaco GP 1956 with wires on the front
https://www.motorsportimages.com/photo/ ... &year=1956
and finaly as inspiration for the wiring of the car and other details without bodywork in Reg Hunts shop
But now BTT, don`t want to highjack your build Thread