I have images of
this machine in two different ZK- liveries plus a shot of it in Belgium
it emigrated. The above shot shows it soon
after it arrived and, at the bottom of this page is
a nice image by Tipsy officianado
Willem Ronge (if you're a Tipsy person (!) go to his website
My lower shot taken at an air show in
Hastings in 1955 shows it with a more "standard Tipsy"
Incidently, another view can be seen on my collection in Ron Dupas'
excellent site at:
As indicated above, it was previously OO-TIB,
and was purchased by A.H. Mills of Rotorua
December of 1954. In October 1956 it passed to
E. Wilkie but was written off in a crash into
the pine forest
December of that year. After salvaging
the engine, the remains were burned.