If I may... Land Cruiser fanatic
Mine's the beige HZ79, 4.2l normally-aspirated diesel. You'll see quite a few of these in Southern Africa.
The aluminium canopy is also a common sight in these parts, geared for over-landing with everything you need to circumnavigate the continent.
Pics #1 and #3 were taken near my hometown in Western Namibia and #2 on the aptly named Land Cruiser Pass, Damaraland (Namibia).
Also in the picture is a mate's white Land Cruiser FJ40, also no stranger to farms in our area as well as and a blue Land Cruiser 80-series.
You're likely to be carted around on either of the two pickups on an African Hunt.
The Cruisers are incredibly robust and reliable and it's not uncommon to see 30-year old plus vehicles still used as day-to-day workhorses.