Send it to me and I will send you a check for ten times the value since I have no relative in Malasia for the transaction! For your trouble you may keep the entire amount and buy yourself a new bike. Just send your bank account number for direct wire of funds. I like to try business with you.
Seriously, Yes restore that thing. It would be beautiful! JohnnyB would be able to tell you some info on it I bet!
Number one rule for restoring: the less you do to it, the greater the value. In other words original rules! It looks good enough to just clean it up, redo the seat as close to stock as possible, and get it into running condition. Relating to that, it would appear the motor is way down on compression -- try adjusting the valves first; you may get lucky. Know as well that the magneto / generator magnets have probably weakened to the point where they may not be strong enough to light the fire: they can be remagnetized, but where it could be done near you is up for grabs. Anyway, it certainly looks worth the effort. Keep us posted.
I'd have to agree with rob here. Spiff it up immensely and get her running nicely. You can spend a little time on the web searching and learning about the bike. That is such a sweet find, advo. I remember those bikes well when I was a tot.
First things first, get rid of the gas in the tank and clean the carb.
“I said I never had much use for one.
Never said I didn't know how to use it."