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Type of aircraft Werk Nr. Country Status Reg Additional information
BR 20    Second jpg 3-6 Italy D MM21503 This is probably the only known BR 20 from 3^ Squadriglia 43° Gruppo 13°Stormo. It's on ca 50 meters depth. It was shot down on June 13th 1940 by French D520 fighter pilot Le Gloan only three days after Italy entered the war. It ditched after returning to Italian airspace. There are currently are no plans to recover it.

CR 32 
Cockpit photo
"262" Spain PV "31-2" C1-262 Museo del Aire, Madrid, Consists of parts from genuine CR 32 (3-51) and Ha 132b
CR 32
(Hispano Ha 132b)
Cockpit photo
328 italy PV "MM4667"
Museo Storico dell'Aeronautica Militaire, Italiana, Vigna di Valle

CR 42
Cockpit photo
England PV MM5701 RAFM Hendon
CR 42 
Cockpit Photo
917 Italy PV Fv 2539
Museo Storico dell'Aeronautica Militaire, Italiana, Vigna di Valle a/c built from recovered parts from Italy, France and Sweden. Is 2/3rds original.
CR 42 920 England CR FV2542
Project owned by The Fighter Collection being restored to airworthiness.
CR 42 
Cockpit photo
921 Sweden PV Fv 2543 Flygvapenmuseum, Linköping

G 5bis Italy PV MM290 I-BFFI Museo storico dell'Aeronautica Militare Italiana - Vigna di Valle

G 50bis
Second photo
Yugoslavia RA 3505 Croat markings ex MM6182 Muzej Yugoslovenskog Vazduhplovsta, Belgrade

G 55 

Cockpit photo

5 Italy PV MM53265 Museo Storico dell'Aeronautica Militaire, Italiana, Vigna di Valle, Squadriglia 'Montefusco' Aeronautica Nazionale Repubblicana. Rebuilt from Fiat G.59-2A
G 55 Italy/England S? Not confirmed project owned by The Fighter Collection. One source reports this as a rebuild of a Fiat G 59, but no serial number for this aircraft is known.