VH-ULO  de Havilland D.H.60M Moth                  (c/n  1405)


                                    The above image is from the Civil Aviation Historical Society of South Australia.   It differs from the
                                    image below, which is from the John Hopton collection (via Geoff Goodall), insofar as it is lacking the
                                    SA Aero Club tail stripes.  This Moth was assigned by the CAB to the South Australia Section of the
                                    Australian Aero Club in 1929 based at Parafield,  Adelaide.    It passed automatically to the Royal
                                    Aero Club of SA when that entity was formed on  8 September 1937.  A mere fortnight later (on 21
                                    September 1937) VH-ULO crashed at Kapunda, SA, although it wasn't until December 1939 that it
                                    was stricken from the register.  Ken Tilley advised in May of 2008 that this aircraft is in the possession
                                    of the South Australian Aviation Museum and is approximately 2/3 of the way through a rebuild!