Though Pajero Evolution has the body of a 3 door Pajero and many body parts like doors, glasses and most of the interior is same, yet, this is where similarities end.
Apart from the 3.5 Mivec engine, transmission, 4x4 and diffs to match, Evo has independent suspension (Coil Springs+Shocks) on all 4 wheels, whereas a normal Gen II Pajero has independent front suspension with torsion bar and solid axle at the back with either leaf springs or coil springs.
If you are only looking to add the cosmetics of Evo on a Gen II Pajero, you can do so on 3 or 5 Door model of Gen II. Do not know the body code of 3 door but the body code of 5 door model is V45. Pics attached.
Once you have the basic Pajero you can order new body parts, which will cost you minimum 400K or can ask a friend to lend you his Evo so that you can have a fiber glass copy of it, for around 50K I suppose.