it's pretty high but that's a nice looking bike. as a new rider I would buy it, enjoy it, but also i'd continue watching online marketplaces and realize i couldve had a better deal on lots of other bikes. Then inevitably it would break and i'd be forced to reconcile with the fact that this batavus has fewer parts and know-how to draw from. After frustration and challenge it would be repaired, then coupled with my newfound mechanical confidence, maybe i'd get around to feeling like high 20's wasnt fast enough on 40mph roads and then i'd have to deal with the realization that there's very little that can be done from a performance standpoint. Eventually i'd sell it at a small loss, for like 600 bucks, and then get a cheap nonrunning tomos or a maxi and apply my repair kills but it never works right and another diffreent moped seems like a cheapeer easier route to get a runner than fixing the junk i already have. The collection of non or partly running bikes would grow and after some time id get bored with the chain drives, maybe thinking variated is the way to go and hunt down a hobbit and build that to go uncomfortably fast, impractically and kinda wastefull fast with weak reliability. and at that point i'd wish i just had a simple stupid clean stock batavus and regret selling this one for 600.
Anyway, that's what i'd do, if i were you.