Is 750k Euro a realistic price?
Price is subjective and hard to say what is a fair gound. It is true that 288 may be rare and that recently the market has been like climbing the Alps. Nevertheless, currency exchange rates and values of currencies is a factor to take into consideration. US$ has lost value considerably, thus the recent increase in $ terms may not be true increase in market. So has the UK pounds. ON the other hand, JP yen is valued way too high relaitvely.
Another factor is the low mileage. 288 being 25/26 years old, undriven, stored museum queens may not be the best examples even tho mileage may be super low. Yet, these are the cars that market and the owners toute as precious and command crazy prices.
Yet another factor to consider, being the nature of 288, I have no doubt that quite a few examples of 288 experienced accidents and crashes/ repaired ...not being exposed and sold at high prices. There are couple like that right now.
Therefore, the asking price of 750k euro is a bit too steep IMO.
Personally, my purpose to acquire a car is to drive, not let it undriven. From this stance, the low mileage example is not the car for me, besdies the price. I would rather find one that has substantial mileage clocked, but well kept 288 than a garage/museum queen with only few hundred or thousand miles. My image of price falls in the range of low to mid 500k euro and the equivalent rates in US$ and JP yen. w/ smiles Jimmy