Built May 1945, shipped to India Feb 1946 for SEAC, to India AF in late 1947. Dumped Kalaikunda AB in the 1970s. Salvaged and to USA, flew again in 2000. To Scandinavia in 2009, crashed 2010. To UK for restoration. Now owned by Richard Lake.
Built in 1945 at Castle Bromwich. Wfu 1954, stored Cosford. To Air Training Corps at RAF Sealand until acquired by Historic Flying in 1988. Flew again in 1992. Damaged in 2001, repaired. Owned by Richard Lake.
Owned by Boultbee Flying Academy since 2009, note Bremont Boultbee titles! Two-seat Spit conversion, but not post-war by Vickers-Armstrong. It went to South Africa as a single-seater in 1948. Recovered by the SAAF museum and stored. Then to the UK and rebuilt as a two-seater.
Just took off from the water of the Hoornsche Hop, and seen flying in the direction of the town of Hoorn. Photo taken from a RIB (rigid-inflatable boat). Regrettably, after having spent 24 years of its life in the Netherlands, this magnificent aircraft was sold to the Collins Foundation on 11 Oct 2018. It left Dutch waters forever on delivery to the USA on 29 May 2019.