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.
Was at this time and currently remains the only surviving Spitfire Mk.1 in the world. Was Built in 1941 but was never involved in combat missions and served only for training during the whole WW II. Seen here with Sqn 609 markings which was involved in the battle of Britain.