Actually, I've shipped my truck to Europe. BE CAREFUL!!!
International shipping regulations require them to empty the gas tank, It's a fire hazard, so don't leave any fuel in it. It will be gone, and when you go to pick it up, even if it starts, assume it may run out of gas at any moment. I learned the (very) hard way. In other words, assume and plan to that you will be picking up a non-running vehicle, or that the vehicle will not be running when it is delivered. You should have a plan in place to deal with the battery being dead and the tank will be empty. You might want to consider simply disconnecting the battery and shipping it as a non-running vehicle. Then at least the battery will still have a charge on it when it arrives.
Also, get the insurance and take lots of videos and pictures of the vehicle immediately before it leaves your hands. Get EVERYTHING in writing. DO NOT take information by phone under any circumstance. If at all possible, pick up the vehicle directly from the port so that you don't have to argue about when the damage was done. Once your vehicle has arrived at port and been processed, your insurance doesn't cover any further damages.
I had a 2k in damages done by the company and it was a nightmare to get them to file it with their insurance. They had stopped responding. In the end, after already having spent months trying to get them to help, I had to spend another 6 hours putting together my case... Making 25 screen-shots of all our email communications and organizing the pictures to prove they had done the damage, that they had acknowledged that they had done it and that they had told me they would file a claim. I e-mailed the whole package of information clearly outlining the entire scenario (to everyone I had communication with) to show they were defrauding me and then suddenly they realized they had "accidentally" forgotten to process my claim.
You will be most likely taxed on the value of the part/items in the truck so be aware that they may suddenly not be so cheap after you have to pay import taxes on every part. There is also some risk that parts can be stolen from the vehicle. That problem I didn't have.
If you've owned the vehicle long enough, you might not have to pay import duties on the truck, but ONLY if you notify the authorities ahead of time to get an exception to the import duties. I learned that the hard way so I had to pay 2-3k more dollars than I expected because they didn't tell me I needed to file for exemption ahead of time.