Built by CCF as a Mark 1B AE977. Transferred to FAA in 07.42 and converted to Sea Hurricane., Crashed in 12.42. Remains recovered postwar and first flew 06.00 as G-TWTD. To NX33TF and here displayed airworthy at Chino. Returned to UK in 02.13 as G-CHTK.
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.