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There are some threads on that somewhere. You can search as I remember , they lumped all FJ45s and did not separate Short bed, long bed etc.. If Spector Off Road is correct, there were about 15,000 units sold over the production run , and that would be all variations. So, between the short , long, and wagon, if we speculated that would be 5000 units each. Of course one can be more , changing the ratio.
Land Cruiser Frame Numbers
Believe during 64 they started the year with the SWB fixed top and ended the year making SWB removable top.
In Australia we started seeing lwbs at the end of 64 too, I have the remains of possibility one of the last fixedtop's made 4-FJ45-16818 and it's a factory 116" long wheelbase, not dealer extended like most of The fixedtops downunder