As some of you may know I've purchased the below specced 79 in Australia for a year long trip there. At the end of the trip I can either: 1 - sell it in Oz or 2 - container it back to UK and sell it here. So thinking a long way ahead my head is turning to would it be worth it for me to ship back? There are certain advantages and disadvantages to both options. These trucks are as rare as hen's teeth in the UK which makes valuation that much harder Some issues to consider: A - it will be 9 years old and so import duty/VAT would likely be payable - but I could probably find somewhere to store for a year B - it is an Aussie spec car and would need some mods to make it UK spec - from what I can see these will be very few......speedo change to miles from kph, not sure there will be much else. C - there are a few things like HF/UHF which are relevant to an Australian market but not UK so are worthless Toyota Landcruiser 2010 VDJ79R GXL cab chassis, single cab 2dr, manual 5spd 4x4 4.5DT. GVM upgrade to 3950kg. 100,000 miles once we have completed our journey, 2x 90L diesel tanks. Landcruiser added extras: bull bar and side rails, driving lights, Warn 9.5 winch, front and rear ARB air lockers, ARB on--board compressor, dual battery, solar panel on gull wing locker (containing fridge slide (no fridge)), tow bar, 80l water tank under tray, electronic protection from rust system, Stanady water sensor (in fuel), 2nd spare wheel on cabin roof rack, VMS GPS navigation system (including Hema maps), Redarc BCDC1240 battery system, Barrett 950 HF radio, GME TX3120 UHF radio, map pockets and upgraded radio speakers. Full service history and assorted spares. Any thoughts on value here in the UK - rough guesstimate???? Any issues you can think of that I haven't thought about? I've a good handle on shipping costs and processes.