Among the most successful fighters of World War One, 8,472 built.
SP49 at the Brussels Air Museum (see photo)
S4377 at the Mémorial Flight Association, Cerny/La ferté Alais
S5295 at the Musée de l'Air et de l'Espace, Le Bourget, Paris
S7689 at the NASM, Smithsonian, Washington, assigned in September 1918 to the 22nd Aero Squadron, U.S. Army Air Service (see photo)
16594 at the NMUSAF, Dayton, Ohio, did not see combat. Shipped to the United States with 434 other SPAD XIIIs after the Armistice, now painted in the markings of America's highest scoring ace of WWI with 26 victories, Capt. Edward V. Rickenbacker of the 94th Pursuit Squadron. (see photo)