I've read that before firko, possibly through a link on this site some time ago.
And I tend to agree, this is the time to be enjoying these bikes. And whilst there are a couple of kids coming up through the scene up Qld way as ElsinoreYZ has pointed out there probably won't be enough and maybe not all of them will stay. Why? Because apart from those special kids like Lockie Fox (who is currently restoring and race prepping a CZ as well), the bikes won't hold a great deal of relevance to them. Same with collectable cars. Even in today's market, the baby boomers are paying lots of money for an XY GT (even replicas can pull $50K or more) but you couldn't get that for a 1926 Dodge. Again why?
Supply and demand. Supply is no good without demand and those market forces sets the prices but that's another story although the demand over here is what is pulling the bikes from the US. And the fact that plenty have now been imported has led to us having a wider choice plus the price being more affordable. Bit of a win-win for us really.
So get out and ride what you got and, in the words of one Peter Geoffrey Brock, have a red hot go
As I'm hitting the big 5-0 this year i'll just add in " while you can"