This is former California Air National Guard F-86A 49-1217 at the Planes of Fame Museum marked as 49-1318 that was lost in Korea in January 1952. Later the aircraft was painted with it's original serial and displayed at the museum's Valle, AZ location. Traded in 2000 for a Meteor F.4 from the Imperial War Museum, the Sabre instead went to Vulcan Warbirds (associated with the Flying Heritage collection) in 2001.
Built as a C-60A 42-32181 for USAAF in 06.42. Sold to Mexico and later to N4652V, N668, CF-IAZ. N3779G from 06.63 until withdrawn in 1971 and stored. Painted in spurious RAF markings as 'AM711' which was a Hudson.
Photo taken during a flight demonstration at the Palm Springs Air Museum. Sadly, this aircraft crashed and was destroyed, killing the pilot shortly after takeoff at Chino, California 22 April 2019. It was the last surviving example of the four that were built
Built by Vickers at Chattis Hill for RAF as SM832 but transferred to Indian AF. Disposed of as G-WWII and later N54SF. Restored airworthy and painted in South East Asia markings with that theatre's two-tone blue under-wing roundels and fin flash.
The preserved fuselage of 46-0010 which flew non-stop around the world in 94 hours, with four air-to-air refuellings, in Feb/March 1949. The flight was from Carswell AFB and the aircraft was later damaged in an accident with only its fuselage surviving.