|W3848 of 111 Squadron as a night fighter, flown by Sergeant Peter Durnford.||Mk Ia, K9906. Flown by Wng Cdr Roland Robert Stanford Tuck at Eastligh in 1939.|
|LZ-F, X4321. Flown by P/O Crelin “Bogle” Bodie.||Mk. I K9834. Re-designated Type 323 "Speed Spitfire". Modified and highly polished for an attempt on the World's Air Speed Record in 1938.|
|The Fighter Collection's EP120 AE-A||Mk Ia N3071. Flown by F/O C D Milne, shot down by six Bf109Es on 22nd April 1940.|
|Photo Reconnaissance PL965R||Royal Danish Air Force Spitfire 427|
|W3185 616 Sqdn. Flown by Wg Cdr Douglas Bader. Call sign "Dogsbody"||
Mk. Ia P9374. Flown by Flying Officer Peter Cazenove.
Shot down while on patrol, P9374 was rediscovered in 1980
on the sandy beach of Calais.
|Mk Ia, K9795, 19 Sqdn Duxford, 1938. The large number 19 on the tail was for publicity purposes.||AB910. Part of the Battle Of Britain Memorial Flight.|
|MH434, the personal aircraft of South African pilot Flt Lt Henry Lardner-Burke DFC||EP122. Biggin Hill Heritage Hanger Ltd.|
|Mk. IIa, P7308, 71 ‘Eagle’ Squadron, flown by Pilot Officer William R. Dunn in 1941.||
Mk. IIa P7666. 41 Sqn. Observer Corps. 1940.
Flown by Sqn Ldr D Finlay
|Mk.Ia, N3200, flown by Sqn Ldr Geoffrey Dalton Stephenson, of 19 Squadron, RAF Duxford.||Mk. Ia P9386. Flown by Sqn Ldr B Lane, OC No 19 Sqn, September 1940.|
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