ZK-CKH   c/n 25

Originally delivered to DH Africa, 17/11/1948 as ZS-DCG for Tank Aircraft Co of Johannesburg.
To Libya 05/10/1961 as G-ARTR for B Peacock. Sold 07/08/1964
To New Zealand 07/10/1964, registered as ZK-CKH, ff NZ 16/12/1964
To Air Services Ltd, Masterton 21/12/1964
Flown by Neil Middlemiss until June 1973 then Tony Pratt and many others out of Masterton
To J.D.Menary, Kaikohe, 02/09/1982
To James Aviation, Hamilton, 08/05/1984
Syndicate purchase at Auckland. Owners include Bill Beard, Gary Butler and Eddie Doherty
amongst others.
Active with NZ Warbirds, Ardmore.
Stripped and rebuilt in 2009
At Masterton mid 60's        © Peter Lewis



At Ardmore mid 80's        © Lou Forhecz



Mid 90's, unknown location        © Trevor Nixon



At Ardmore with Dakota DAK  2005      ©  Colin Hunter



At Wanaka 2006        © George Canciani                        



At Masterton mid 60's        © via Lou Forhecz



In the hangar at Ardmore 2007        © Graeme Mills



Landing at Ardmore 2008        © Colin Hunter



Stripped and ready for a paint January
2009        © Colin Hunter




The following photos were taken whilst
in the Airspray hangar February 2009        © Graeme Mills



All photos in this batch copyright        © Graeme Mills















The next 3 glorious shots were taken by Ace photographer John King
                 9th July 2009        © John King


These photos are exclusive copyright        © John King







Masterton 18th March 1979        © Ray Deerness



Masterton 15th March 1970        © Dave Bates



Masterton 12th April 1971        © Dave Bates



Masterton 20th April 1972        © Dave Bates



Masterton 29th December 1973        © Dave Bates



Masterton 29th January 1974        © Dave Bates



                    Masterton 21st October 1979        © Dave Bates



Attending the Lawson Field Reunion at Gisborne October 2010        © G Mills



At Gisborne October 2010        © G Mills



Masterton 25th March 1967        © Don Noble



At Rukuhia 5th February 1984         © Don Noble