From Facebook and the info supplied by Jon Peet. These photos are fantastic. View attachment 197090 Hawker Hurricane FSM Replica, BAPC No.68, H3426 ‘J' Built for the epic film "The Battle of Britain". It featured in the film with code letter "J", (H3426). When the film was released, the Hurricane was mounted on the Odeon cinema roof in Lincoln for promotional purposes. (Dec 69 to Feb 70). The story goes the aircraft was then placed in a car park where it was vandalised, before being acquired by the Newark Air Museum. Added to the British Aircraft Preservation Council list as No 68. BAPC.68 was noted marked as P3975 at Stoneleigh in 1974, then as H3426 dismantled at the Midland Air Museum, Coventry in 1982, later on display and was still there in 1994. The Hurricane was purchased in 1998 by the Griffin Trust and a heavy haulage specialist was paid to transport it back to the Griffin Trust, Hooton Park, Ellesmere Port from a private owner in Milton Keynes. A full restoration programme was carried out by the Trusts aircraft section, and completed in 2000. Hurricane FSM Replica BAPC 68 as P2725, was on public display at RIAT Fairford 20 Jul 2010. BAPC.68 was last noted Dec 2016 as "P2725/TM-B" with Gateguards UK, Delabole, Cornwall - originally built for film "Battle of Britain" ex "H3426".