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  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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