The Philippines has to be the number one importer of Suzuki mini-trucks. I have lived on Mindanao for the past 6+ years since retiring from my job in Houston, Texas. Because the Philippines has a ridiculous tariff policy, mini-trucks are disassembled and shipped here as "salvage parts" and then repainted and reassembled and sold as salvage , or reconstructed vehicles. I have bought two of them. The first was a mini-van with 12 valve (660) engine and 4 wheel drive. After 3 years I sold it and about a month ago I bought a really nice 4 wheel drive pickup with the 12 valve engine. When these vehicles come here they must be converted to left-hand drive. A new dash panel is installed and everything is swapped over. Some items do not swap, so they are just left off. Things like the defroster ductwork under the dash is just thrown away, because we never need defrosters here. In most cases, things like the rubber bumpers for the drop-down bed panels are not reinstalled. The linkage for the rear tailgate is never reinstalled. Even the plastic Suzuki nameplate on the front is removed for sanding/painting and 50% of the time is not replaced. However, there are many small parts places that specialize in working on, and selling parts, for these vehicles. I went to one to buy that front emblem for my van and the girl just laid about 20-30 used ones on the counter and said pick what color you want. I asked her where she got so many and she replied "the rebuilder in Cebu". So the rebuilder takes things of to paint or convert and to save money in labor just doesn't put some things back on. THEN, as a little bonus, they sell those left-off parts to parts places. Since the import tariffs are very high, but the export tariffs are very low, it might be a good idea to think about contacting a parts place here for hard to find parts. As to an answer for a repeated question that I see here, yes there is one online place that sells complete service/shop manuals in English, but they are stupid expensive because this guy paid to have them translated from Japanese to English. If I can be of any help just let me know.