UPDATE: Mark pointed out that the wagon at the far right of the photo looks like a shorty. After several agreements, I did some research and found the ad below. The ‘wagon’ on the right is actually a ‘Station Sedan’ model while the one on the left is the ‘Station Wagon’ model. The Station Sedan had the added benefit of being “more maneuverable and easier to park”. The ad doesn’t make it look short, but the picture below sure does. I have confirmed the wheelbases were the same (see comments).
The State Archives of Florida at Florida Memory, http://floridamemory.com/items/show/53295 has this great photo created by Spottswood Studio of the Family of Jeeps.
Here’s a 1949 brochure that discusses the differences between a Station Sedan and a Station Wagon. Note how the styling on the right matches the styling on the ‘Sedan’ in the top of the ad. I found this for sale at the Jumping Frog site.