After the war, the Windsor was put back into production. While the underlying technology was based on the pre-WWII vehicles when production ended in 1942. The exterior styling for the front fenders and grille were all new. The Windsor offered the appearance and interior refinement of the more expensive New Yorker, sharing the wheelbase, but offered the six-cylinder engine for buyers who wanted better fuel economy and didn’t need the more powerful eight-cylinder engine. As a result, the Windsor made up 62.9% of the company’s sales.