I doubt it. People here tend to be much more prejudiced against the RHD. And while people tend to talk a lot, in the end few are ready to pay a premium for a high end truck.
This is true, but its also offset by the fact the 7* dont rust out as much and were sold in much higher numbers.*ANY* 1985-vintage 70/75 series that is in solid importable shape in 2010 will command a good price, but they will be rarer than hen's teeth. The series is much more "drivable" than the 40/45 series and thus tends to show much more wear.
That's exactly why I'm getting one next week! It's in customs hold right now. The comfort level should be much better for longer drives.As much as I love the 40s . I believe our Friends south of the border will really appreciate the On and Off road ability of the MWB 70 series.
Sprayed down, washed, rinsed after the melt for each period of snow, then liberal use of Rust Check and Fluid Film, in addition to the annual soaking each fall.I think I remember RedReefer driving that one . I hope she stayed warm and dry this winter Greg . ie the liquid de-icer they sprayed on the roads.