While not exactly a rarity, the Toyota Bandeirante isn't something you'll see very often in the US. Built by Toyota's Brazilian subsidiary from 1962 to 2001 — an incredibly long production life — and based on the famous original Land Cruiser platform, the Bandeirante used a Mercedes-Benz diesel four-cylinder and a four-passenger cab with a short pickup bed. This 1992 Bandeirante came to the US with 40,000 miles and received a frame-off restoration by Overland Imports. The truck comes in a classic two-tone white and Heath grey colorway, while the chassis was coated in black rust-proof epoxy paint. The interior has been redone in saddle-colored vinyl and all electrical wiring has been redone and brought up to standard. An unusual example of one of the world's all-time great SUVs, this Bandeirante is currently up for auction on AutoHunter.