Preserved by Hawker Siddeley in potentially airworthy condition, and passed to the Royal Navy Historic Flight in 1970. It was destroyed following hydraulic failure after take-off from RNAS Prestwick on 10-6-89, leaving one undercarriage leg in the landing position. The pilot ((Lt. Cdr. John Beattie) reluctantly parachuted to safety, leaving the aircraft to crash into the Irish Sea.
Ex D-CACU, G-9-65, WG655. Flown by the Royal Navy Historic Flight. Damaged in a forced landing on 14-7-90, and sold to the USA to be rebuilt to flying condition as NX20MD. Returned to the UK in 2009 with The Fighter Collection at Duxford, and became G-CHFP on 20 April 2012, then re-registered G-INVN on 25th July 2018
Ex NC18, US Navy 32898, Royal Navy FT507, 44-67761. Painted as DR628/PB1, the personal aircraft of Prince Bernard of The Netherlands. Registration cancelled on 3 January 2018. (NB: FAA records show the c/n as 6869.)
Originally delivered to the RAF on 10th June 1974 as a T1, and transferred to the Navy as a T2 on 29 Oct 1976. Scrapped at Shawbury in May 1999 after use for spares, and nose section preserved at Dumfries & Galloway Museum since 2002.
C/n 88-14661 ex Portuguese AF 1505, South African AF 7441, EX894, 41-33867. Destroyed on 22 June 1982 in a crash in Malta that sadly killed pilot and owner Ted White and his friend Mark Campbell. Ted was instrumental in bringing to the UK B-17G 'Sally B', which was so named for his close companion Elly Sallingboe, who was also the inspiration for the Harvard's registration G-ELLY. This is also the reason that Sally B carries one engine marked the same as this aircraft.
Ex Spanish AF T.3-20, 43-48503. Registration cancelled on 17 November 1980 and became CP-1668. It was written off on 8 December 1990 after striking a building when it ran forward during the engine run-up prior to departure from Cochabamba Airport, Bolivia.