Motocyckle basos? Maybe the addition.sk explains something. 'sk' stands for Slovakia and we came to that .sk via Lubo and Milada Hrivnakjova. And how we meet them again, that is a different story. And Lubo collects Jawas.
There is Internet everywhere. So everywhere are sites like Speurders and Marktplaats. And because the Internet is everywhere, at least the asking prices go global. That a Slovak sees a Jawa or Dnepr which is three months of work for him and 'nice little' for us, is fought between the selling dreamer and the frustrated aspiring buyer. After all, an asking price is just an asking price.
The price level of Jawa's and Russian stuff is pretty similar to ours. Especially if you add the transport costs. Transport costs can be better than expected. Lubo's brother has a construction company here in NL and he wants to take care of transport. For a friends price.
What is striking is that the asking prices of motorcycles with their roots from the east or west are really not cheaper, rather more expensive than here. That is what the law of rarity applies to. Or the law on the preservation of dreams.
From our own experience we know that in Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia quite a few (classic) cars and motorcycles have actually been abducted from Germany and the Netherlands. And that at those fairs sometimes more weaponry and WWII memorablia are offered than classics? But that is becoming less common.
Want to know more about trade in Slovakia? Take a look at Motocyckle basos at https://motocykle.bazos.sk/veterany/