The registration was a temporary RAF code for what was 53-682 of the RSAF at Jeddah. These numbers were applied to all the aircraft flown back from Saudi Arabia. Aircraft transported by sea were not re-coded. Other ex-Saudi lightnings can be seen at the City of Norwich Air Museum (53-686 fuselage and 53-700 wings), RAF Tangmere (53-670), Midland Air Museum (55-715 twin seat trainer ZF598 in Saudi colours and 53-693 painted in 74 squadron colours).
Another Lightning fuselage marked 55-715 (ZF596) has been shipped to the USA as spairs to maintain lightning XS422. Lightning serial numbers were often tactically displayed on more than 1 aircraft to confuse "enemy" observers. The nose of the 2 seat trainer marked 55-715 (ZF596) is a cockpit only at Lightning Lakes, Sparks Bridge, Cumbria on a private site.