Want to start with the Fairey Gannet, an oddly cherubic ASW and strike aircraft. Brits produced a total 348 of the wonky bastards between 1953-59.
Martin B-10: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_B-10
There's just something feminine about a tapered nose on a prop plane.
Lost to the Canberra, B-57 in US service.
There was concerns over the engines being mounted too low and ingesting debris on the runway. Plus it's not like Martin really lost anything. They still built the Canberra.
quit posting thumbnails you vietnam fucking shits