Built for the USAAF as UC-45F 44-47109 then transferred to the US Navy as SNB-2 90536 in 1944. Later converted to an JRB-4 then redesignated as a UC-45J in 1962. Reregistered as N9659 in 1969 then to the US Department of Agriculture in 1974. To the Marine Corps Air-Ground Museum at Quantico, VA by 1990 and marked as 90536 an SNB-5. Moved to the Historic Aircraft Restoration Project, Floyd Bennett Field NY by 1997.
Delivered to the USAAF as UC-45F 43-35850 then transferred to the RCAF as Expediter Mk.II 1387 in 1944. Converted to a Mk.3T around 1953. To CF-SIF in 1965 then to C-FSIF in 1985. To the Reynolds-Alberta Museum in 1986 and painted in its original RCAF markings.
Stored in its original US Navy markings. Delivered to the US Navy as SNB-2C 67212 in 1944, later converted to an SNB-3 then to an SNB-5 around 1953. Redesignated as a UC-45J in 1962. To the US Department of Agriculture as N40092 in 1974 and stored at Douglas-Bisbee,AZ. Cancelled in 1977. To Coolidge AZ by 1990 then to the Confederate Air Force at Mesa in 1996. Had tail section and engines fitted by 2019.
Originally US Army 55-4593 , this Beaver went civil as N434GR with the Grand Rapids School of Bible and Music in 1974. Sold in Canada as C-GZBS in 1978, it's presently with Achigo Airways, owned and operated by Sachigo Lake First Nation.
OH-LCH playing the role of a Soviet Air Force Lisunov Li-2 in Finnish movie. A real one was painted olive green back in 1945. Owners of plane did not allow to do that, so it was made all silver by covering blue lines it had.