Here's a question for everyone: what American vehicles have you seen in other countries that were modified significantly for use in other countries?
And we aren't talking about re-badges: Vauxhall or Holden grilles on Pontiac GTOs, or Chevy SS sedans do not count!
Take the South American Ford Ranger for example (above): four doors, significantly altered sheetmetal and unique engines! But if you look hard enough, you can see where it still looks like a 1992 Ranger.
IKA Torino in Argentina, was a facelifted Rambler American with ex-Kaiser Jeep overhead camshaft "Tornado" inline six. (IKA stood for Industrias Kaiser Argentina). 1960's-1970's.
It's cousin, the Willys Aero, a recycled sedan from 1952-1955, was beautifully restyled by Brooks Stevens for Willys do Brazil. Early 1960's-1970's. Strangely enough, it became a Ford later...
any of the '70s fords/chebbies wagons Down Under made back country tough by the American Oz guys. They just look sharp to me (and were certainly durable).