This'll kill some of you.. but at least it didn't kill me (literally). Was involved in a towing accident a couple weekends ago and smashed up a '65 FJ45lwb pretty good. The trailer (I think, from looking at the damage) went up on its side, started to roll, smashed the top/doors/hood/front of the pickup, and ended up tilting back onto it's side. The truck was completely solid- ie the surface scratches/rust were only requiring sand blasting and repaint, no repair work was needed. There were no dents on any body panel except for one of the running boards was pretty bent up. It was totally stock and complete except they put newer style hubcaps on and 33x9.5 MTs on stock rims. Stock F original engine that ran great. There is a really odd rack that surrounds the bed. I was told it was a prototype developed by Toyota and the dealer to use as a marketing tool to try and sell the pickups to farmers and ranchers in Wyoming and Montana. It ended up not being a seller because the pickup was too small. The rack seems to be for holding hay bales. It is very similar to the headache rack (which is there but covered by standard expanded metal). The expanded metal on the oddball rack is a little small er and thinner gauge which leads me to believe the expanded metal on the headache rack was put there later. enough on cool unique stuff, what I am looking for is evidence for the fair market value of this thing. I owned it for a total of 3 hours before the accident, but like I said really in the big scheme it's a hunk of metal because I came out of it without injury. If anyone has recent FJ45 lwbp sales (not ads or asking prices, but actual sales info), I would love to have it to use as evidence of the ballpark worth of the truck. Here are a couple shots- don't look if this will cause emotional distress.