VH-ACR  (1)  de Havilland D.H.94 Moth Minor            (c/n  94067)


                                     The photos above and immediately below came from an album of Randell Summerville whose father
                                     was an ATC in Brisbane in the 1950s.     Both were at Archerfield, and the upper one was taken on
                                     the occasion of Randell's mother, (back seat ) the former Elsa Shulte taking a joyride in -ACR probably
                                     after it had been civilianized right after WW II.    The shot at the foot of the page is by Greg Banfield
                                     and depicts VH-ACR as it was when hanging from the ceiling of Gilltrap's Auto Museum in Coolangatta,
                                     Qld in February of 1964.  This Moth Minor was formerly G-AFNN, exported to Australia early in 1940. 
                                     It was impressed into the RAAF at the end of 1941 as A21-42.  Re-civilianized in 1945,  it was with-
                                     drawn from active use in 1947.     In 2003 a complete restoration was begun by Sandora Aviation in
                                     Caboolture, which was completed in 2008.  At that time the machine was re-registered VH-CZB (2)