VH-UAT  de Havilland D.H.60 Moth                  (c/n 368)


                                     This grainy, creased shot came off the CofA.  It was probably taken as late as 1936/7, however,
                                     since it is wearing Royal Victorian Aero Club tail stripes.    This Moth first went to the Victorian
                                     Section of the Australian Aero Club in 1928 and remained with them and the subsequent RVAC
                                     until the end of 1937 when it was traded back in to de Havilland Aircraft Pty Ltd.  It then had a
                                     couple of private owners in NSW and was registered to H. W. Crome in 1942.   It was not
                                     impressed into RAAF service during WW II, survived the war, but was burned in a fire on 4 June
                                     1946.  It did not a current CofA at that time.