VH-AMO  (2)   Cessna 170B                                (c/n  26425)

                                       This Cessna 170, like many of its breed, was first owned by a missionary organization in
                                       Papua New Guinea.  In the case of VH-AMO it was the Lutheran Mission in Madang who
                                       first registered it at the end of 1954.  It then spent most, if not all of its time in South Australia.
                                       Robert Zweck's nice image above was at Kadina, SA in September 1961.      Geoff Goodall
                                       saw it (immediately below) at Parafield in March 1963.    By then it had had its factory livery
                                       modified to a rather nasty looking cream-yellow and red scheme.         Owned at the time by
                                       H. Treloar of Adelaide   Goodall took another shot of it (bottom of page), this time with a totally
                                       non-standard, blue and white trim.      It is still on the current register (2014) and still domiciled
                                       in South Australia.