ZK-AIF      de Havilland D.H.82A Tiger Moth            (c/n  DHNZ2)


                               By the time this (very blurry) shot was taken, Auckland Aero Club (along with the rest of
                               the world) had moved the rego to the tail.  Note intrepid airmen.    This was the second
                               of the New Zealand built Tiger Moths from fuselages sent out from the U.K., with the flying
                               surfaces being locally manufactured.    ZK-AIF was destroyed in a crash at Mangere
                               Aerodrome, Auckland in 1952.