Hawker Hunter - Survivor 'XF324' (really E-427)
F.51 XF324 - Privately owned, location unknown
Hunter F.51 XF324 at Bruntingthorpe, 28th March 2005; Francis Wallace
E-427 has lost its Danish colours to be represented as a Blue Diamonds Hunter - XF324. In the past she was to be found guarding the gate at Bruntingthorpe (and sometimes accompanied by another temporary guard such as a Provost, Canberra or armored car), the pilot's name painted under the cockpit is Wing Commander B. A. Heritage - subtle or what?! From 2000 onwards and with the departure of XK149 and XL603, XF324 has spent most of her time on display with the other static aircraft at Bruntingthorpe until being sold to a private individual in 2007 and was transported to her new home, which was once thought to be in the Kidderminster area. However, today its location is still very much unknown.
Information on this page current as of 24/06/2022, last updated by Jake