Hurricane Mk IV KZ321; the only remaining airworthy Mark IV
Hurricane Mk IV KZ321 (registered CF-TPM, previously G-HURY) is the currently the only airworthy Mark IV. Built in the Kingston upon Thames factory in 1942, it served with 6 Sqn RAF in Grottaglie, Italy, and other squadrons in Greece and Yugoslavia. Abandoned in Israel in 1947, the aircraft returned to the UK in 1983. It was acquired by the Vintage Wings of Canada Collection, Gatineau, Quebec in 2006.
Hurricane Mk IIa DR393 (registered ZK-TPK) was originally a Mk I P3351. It was delivered to the RAF, and crashed near Prestwick on 21 July 1940. Rebuilt as Mk IIa DR393 the aircraft was delivered to the Soviet Air Force in May 1941, serving for about two years before again crashing near Murmansk, Russia in 1943. The hulk was eventually restored as a Mk IIc in the UK from 1992 to 1995. It was transferred to New Zealand in 1995, and acquired by the New Zealand Fighter Pilots Museum in Wanaka, New Zealand. Its first flight after restoration occurred in Christchurch on 12 January 2000.
Bought by Jan Roozan at auction and shipped to France on February 10, 2013. Arrived at Le Havre on March 30 and taken to Aero Restauration Service at Dijon for re-assembly. Registered as F-AZXR on May 14, 2013.
Hurricane displayed as Mk.IIa AP832, and later AB832, though these serials have never been allocated (the former is in a deliberate blank block between Hurricane Mk.IIb's, and the latter is a deliberate blank block between Spitfire serials). The actual Mark of Hurricane is also in question (it is possibly Canadian built Mk.I P5202, but has the armored radiator of a Mk.IV, and the oil deflector ring of a Mk.II or later). The heritage of this aircraft and how it came to be in India is unknown, but it has been on display at the Indian Air Force Museum, Palam, New Delhi since 1975.
Hawker Hurricane IIA Z3055 on display at the Malta Aviation Museum
Hurricane Mk IIa Z3055 was ditched off the coast of Malta on 9 July 1941. It was recovered on 19 July 1995, and restored to static display condition. It is on display at the Malta Aviation Museum, Takali airfield, Malta.
Hurricane Mk IIa Z3174 is on display at the National Museum of the US Air Force, Dayton, Ohio; it is of Canadian manufacture and is painted to represent an aircraft of No. 71 or "Eagle" Squadron of the Royal Air Force (RAF), comprising citizens of the United States who volunteered for British service in the RAF beginning in September 1940 prior to US entry into World War II late the following year.