Hawker Sea Fury

Reputedly the largest single-seat propeller-powered aircraft ever, the Sea Fury was designed late in WWII by the British manufacturing group Hawker and was based on the Hurricane and the Typhoon.

75 total Sea Furies served with the RCN between 1948 and 1956 from the aircraft carrier HMCS Magnificent with squadrons 870 and 871. The Sea Fury was popular around the globe, seeing use throughout the Commonwealth and in countries such as West Germany and Cuba. 

The last piston-engine fighter to be used in the RCN, it was arguably one of the most powerful and fastest reciprocating engine fighters ever manufactured, complete with Centaurus engines and a five-bladed propeller. It replaced the Seafire for the Korean War, which was relatively fragile and not ideal for carrier operations.

Reference Links:
Bae Systems - Hawker Sea Fury
Canada Aviation and Space Museum - Hawker Sea Fury 
Classic War Birds - Hawker Sea Fury