G-ARGG is ex RAF WB305 and after a few years of gracing the skies in Scotland it was painted in Irish Air Corps colours by its (Irish) owner. A few years later it was transferred onto the Irish civil register as EI-HFB, the second Chipmunk of the Irish Historic Flight.
The second aircraft operated by the Caledonian Chipmunks was also repainted in Irish Air Corps colours. This one is painted as 170, so the future Irish Historic Flight would operate three Chipmunks in consecutive serials. This is ex RAF WP857 and is now registered as EI-HFC.
The Chipmunk was the start of aviation interest for many British youngsters in the 1960s and 70s who took their first Air Experience Flights as Air Cadets in them. This example, like so many of its type has now moved onto the civil register, this one as G-BWMX
Although this Chipmunk was delivered to the Royal Danish Air Force in 1950 and flew in Danish colors as a warbird when going to the USA in 1979, it's now painted in Canadian colors. It represents the third of the three first Chipmunks delivered to the RCAF in 1948. The rest of the RCAF aircraft were DHC-1B-2-S3 models with the more familiar (in Canada) bubble canopy.