Streamliners used the larger B-body and, except for the station wagons, used fastback styling. The 1941 Super models with folding center armrest were known as Chieftains in 1942. All Pontiacs looked lower, heavier and wider. Extension caps on the front doors lengthened the forward fender lines. The hood extended back to the front doors, eliminating the cowl. The grille, bumper and hood were widened and headlamps were further apart. Long horizontal parking lamps sat just above the vertical side grilles.The horseshoe shaped center grille had horizontal bars and a circular emblem in the middle of the upper main surround molding. The first postwar Pontiac available (September 13, 1945) was the Streamliner coupe, which remained the sole product for a time.