F-AJUL first flew 09-Jul-1930. In Dec-1931 René Lefèvre flew it from Paris to Tananarive, Madagascar in 14 days. A year later, in Dec-1932 he flew it from Paris to Saigon, Vietnam in 10 days. The return flight was made in 8 days only. By 1957 it was still complete, but later the aircraft went into storage without the wings (which were burned) at the Musée Castel-Mauboussin at Cuers-Pierrefeu. In 1998 it came to the Musée Régional de l'Air at Angers-Loire which in 2013 changed its name to Espace Air Passion. It has a Salmson 9ADb engine of only 45 hp.
Built in 1996 and testflown as C-FDVA, it became N546SS. In Apr-2001 this registration was cancelled as exported to Austria. However, it was not registered there, but went to France two years later where it was registered as F-GNJF in Mar-2003.
Built in 1957 it was delivered to the French Army as 38 and coded MJC. In 1993 it was registered as F-BFKL and later went to the Musée Régional de l'Air at Angers-Loire which in 2013 changed its name to Espace Air Passion.
Prototype of the General Avia F600 Canguro. It went in limited series production in Italy as Siai-Marchetti SF-600 Canguro and Vulcanair Canguro. Two examples were acquired by PADC in the Philippines, but no series production was undertaken.