ZK-ADD  Robinson Redwing                     (c/n  R.A.7)


                                    Twelve two seat (side-by-side) Redwings were built in England between 1930 and 1933.
                                    ZK-ADD was the former G-ABMV and was imported in 1933.  It was impressed during
                                    WWII as an instructional airframe for the Invercargill ATC.   Although it survived the man-
                                    handling by the cadets it was (incredibly) broken up by the RNZAF in 1946.