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P9374

Individual histories

Mk IA

  • P9347. Mk IA Recently restored to airworthy
    P9374

    Mk1 P9374




  • K9942. Mk IA. Currently at the RAF Museum at Hendon.[1]
  • P9444. Mk IA.Displayed at Science Museum London as of 2002.[1]
  • R6915. Mk IA.
  • P9306. Mk IA. Displayed at Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago.[1]
  • X4590. Mk IA. On Show at Battle of Britain Hall, RAF Museum, Hendon.[1]




  • AR213. Mk IA. Currently based at Booker.[1]
    Spitfire

    Spitfire AR213 in Flight at Kemble 2010.

Mk II

Mk IIA







  • P7973. Mk IIA. Presented to Australia for display at Australian War Memorial Museum in Canbarra.[1]

Mk IIB

  • P8332. Mk IIB. As of 2002, displayed at Museum of Science and Technology, Ottawa.[1]

Mk V

Mk VB

  • AB910. LF Mk VB.Donated to BBMF in 1965..[1]
  • BL370. Mk VB. Now displayed at D-Day Museum in New Orleans.[1]
  • BL614. Mk VB. On display mat RAF Museum Hendon.[1]
  • BL628. LF Mk VB. Currently owned in Australia as VH-FVB by Peter Crosser.[1]



  • BM597. Mk VB. Operated by Historic Aircraft Collection at Duxford.[1]
    Img 5892

    Supermarine Spitfire Mk Vb 'BM597'






  • EP120. Mk VB. Castle Bromwich early 1942. 501 Squadron as SD-L (later SD-Y). Transferred to 19 Squadron, then 402 Squadron as AE-A.[1]*
    Ep-120

    Supermarine Spitfire Mk VB EP120.

Mk VC

  • AR501. LF Mk VC. Shuttleworth Collection 1961.[1]
    AR501

    Supermarine Spitfire LF Mk-VC AR501






  • AR614. Mk VC. Paul Allen’s Flying Heritage Collection in Seattle 1999.[1]
  • EE853. Mk VC.[1]
  • BR108. Mk V. National War Museum, Valletta, Malta.[1]
  • BR545. Mk V. RAAF Museum, Point Cook, Australia.[1]
  • JK448. Mk V. (2002) Yugoslav Aeronautical Museum, Belgrade.[1]
  • MA863. Mk V. USAF Museum, Dayton, Ohio.[1]

Mk VIII

  • MT719
    MT719

    MT719

    • (June 2005) Cavanaugh Flight Museum, Addison, Texas[2]

Mk IX

  • PT462

Anthony Hogdson, North Wales[2]





  • PL344
Tom Blair,
PL344

Spitfire IX - PL344







~more to come~

LF IXC

  • MK356
    • Battle Of Britain Memorial Flight, RAF Conningsby[3]


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MH434 Spitfire Mk IX in 'Poirot' Episode Colours (Photographic Copyright Caz Caswell © 2005) Caz Air Pictures Website








Tr IX

  • MJ627 - Maurice and Peter Bayliss at Coventry Airport East Kirby, Lincolnshire.[4]
    Aaas

    Supermarine Spitfire Tr.9 MJ627






  • G-LFIX g

    ML407/G-LFIX

    ML407 - Carolyn Grace at Hangar Two, The Imperial War Museum, Duxford, Cambridgeshire









  • PV202 – Historic Flying Ltd, Duxford, Cambridgeshire

PR.XI

  • PL965 – Peter Teichman, North Weald, Essex.[2]
    Spitfire mk11 pl965 arp

    PL965










~more to come~

Mk XIV

  • RN201

Mk XVI

  • TE932
    • N97RW/ZX-Z



  • TE311 - 4D-V
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    Supermarine Spitfire Mk XVI TE311

    • Battle Of Britain Memorial Flight, RAF Conningsby[5]





XIX

  • PS853. Rolls Royce, East Midlands Airport.[2]
    Spit-ps853

    Supermarine Spitfire Mk XIX PS853

References

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 1.17 1.18 1.19 1.20 Caygill, Peter. Combat Legend Spitfire Mks 1-V. Airlife Books. ISBN 1-84037-391-1. (2002)
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 The Real Warbirds supplement to Aeroplane Magazine June 2005
  3. Aeroplane Monthly undated
  4. Aeroplane Monthly July 1998
  5. Aeroplane Monthly March 2013

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