i support outlaw92's statement.
i am quite certain there are lot of potential buyers who would even spend 90~100k for 100~125cc two-strokes as they were once available in the market
it's hard to forget my experience of riding yamaha dt-100 and kawasaki ke-175... i would spend even more than 150k to get hold of a new ke-175 if it were available in market.
in 1983 a brand new ke-175 (japan assembled) sold for pkr 38,000.00 and yamaha dt-100 (japan assembled) for 19,000.00. during that time came a suzuki-100 trail as well, with six (06) gear transmission.
now generally it seems that there are people with spending money, but quality items have vanished from the market.