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POLL: Best Post-WWI Biplane (Round 1)


638 votes were cast by total voters.


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boy wundyr x Supporting Member of TMP Inactive Member writes:

I'm struggling a bit between "best" and "prettiest", also thinking that from the list given, the Swordfish probably gets it for its contributions and durability. I often claim the Swordfish (usually when people ask about the plane on my Swordfish t-shirt from the Canadian Aviation Museum) is my personal parallel – obsolete before it started but outlasted everything built to replace it…

On the other hand, the Hawker Hart/Hind family is too cool for school in terms of looks, and the P-6 and Sparrowhawk also score highly in that category.


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
Grumman F3F
45
7%
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Gloster Gladiator
92
14%
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Fairey Swordfish
98
15%
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Fiat Falco CR 42
55
9%
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Kawasaki KI-10
5
1%
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Fokker C.X
16
3%
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Hawker Fury
32
5%
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Fairey Fox
2
0%
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Polikarpov Po-2
13
2%
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Polikarpov I-15
33
5%
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Curtiss F9C-2 Sparrowhawk
27
4%
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Bristol Bulldog
22
3%
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Polikarpov I-153
19
3%
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Hawker Hind/Hart
32
5%
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Oracle Challenger III
1
0%
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Antonov An-2 Cub
26
4%
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Westland Wapiti
2
0%
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Handley Page Heyford
6
1%
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Tiger Moth
41
6%
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Shagbat (Walrus)
7
1%
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P-6E Hawk
28
4%
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other (explain)
7
1%
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no opinion
29
5%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION
Which biplane, developed after the First World War, do you consider to be the best?

Poll set up by Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian, based on this pre-poll discussion.