More details to come, including my plans for it, but here it is, road-legal as if yesterday afternoon for the first time:
In the UK the Rugger is a Fourtrak, and most are buggered now - but when they do come up for sale, they're for good money.Yes, it is different here. The one in your picture is a Daihatsu Rugger that was sold in most markets as Rocky. This one was never imported to USA.
American market Rocky was known as Daihatsu Feroza everywhere else.
UK was another country where both of those had yet another names.
Picking up again on the name changes, the Feroza was a Sportrak in the UK.Another helpful thing to do is to check for the chassis designation. In America, it's called the Rocky, and elsewhere the Feroza...but the chassis code is F300. In some markets, there was a later update to an F310, but aside from some styling updates, they look very similar. A lot interchanges between the two, but there are differences.
The "Rockys" in other countries are larger for sure, with an ad I saw in the Dominican Republic saying that the one for sale sat 7. I assume in the same configuration as an FJ Troopy, but still.