The Great Wall Wingle 3 (and the 5?), which we saw in Oz as the V240 and the Steed uses a licenced body of the Isuzu pickup (generation after the Honda version posted) along with some interior parts licenced from Toyota.
Only the sorta-4x4 Forester sold for under the $10k bar—$7300, a price that nopes me out pretty hard considering its mileage and quite possibly teenaged usage. Somebody shelled out $18,000 for that admittedly nice Toyota pickup with color-keyed cap, and the Trooper drew $12k.
The Landie didn't make reserve at eighteen-five, nor did the '76 CJ-5 at 6.3.
@pip-bip It's pretty rare to see a commercial vehicle this old that isn't highly specialized. Positively ancient step vans are frequently put into use as food trucks but a normal box truck? There was a scrap collector around where I live that used to use the world most derelict 50s Ford dump truck but that was a special case.
Finished this build. It presented some challenges in the refit of the roof/glass/bumpers, but I don't think it turned out too bad.
I will not be adding a license plate because my simulated cast pewter "1991" year plate looks good enough to me and distinguishes it from the '92 promo with different nose/tail and dash that I plan to get and build up as well.