VH-CEC  CAC CA-28 Ceres B                            (c/n  3)


                                  VH-CEC was another Airfarm Associates machines delivered new to Tamworth in 1960, and
                                  shot on the same day as VH-CEB by Geoff Goodall.    Bob Neate's color slide (below), taken
                                  at Tamworth in 1966 shows both of them together.  The photo at the foot of the page was taken
                                  during a test flight over Port Melbourne whilst the machine was up from the nearby CAC airfield
                                  at Fisherman's Bend in April 1959.  VH-CEC was repaired by CAC in 1960 following an accident
                                  in which it struck some trees on take-off near Scone, NSW (a fairly common type of crop dusting
                                  accident) and returned to service in Tamworth.  A decade later it was withdrawn from use and
                                  remained in open storage for a couple of years before going to the Chewing Gum Field Air Museum
                                  at Tallebudgera, Qld.   Its current status is not known but the fuselage is reputed to be stored in a
                                  shed along with the wings of -CEG.