Well, it finally happened, finally found someone who is willing to spend the big bucks and legally import a 1994 HZJ75 troopy through an ICI with emissions testing and all. I found an ICI in Miami willing to do it, but I learned something new, and not good. She agrees with me that the truck most likely would pass emissions testing, but she said that is not what keeps a diesel from being legal here, she said it is the deterioration factor. After testing, she is required to take those numbers and multiply them by a factor provided by the EPA to show deterioration in emissions quality over 50,000 miles or 5 years. She said this is where the diesels fail. She had a '92 Spain spec'd LJ7x in her bond lot that they did not test because they figured by looking at EU standards for 1992 that it would not meet the 5yr/50,000 deterioration standards. But since the ICI has never actually tested one to find out, I am hoping my guy decides to chance it. He will only have the cost of the emisisons testing and shipping to have to recoup (less than $10k) if forced to sell it for export (the truck was a gift to him) if the emissions thing comes back as bad, so he would not be out any money. Anyway, I will keep you all informed.