ZK-AVJ  de Havilland D.H.82A Tiger Moth         (c/n  DHA401)


                                                This crossing of the letter "J" is unusual.   Could almost be confused with a "T".  Anyway,
                                                ZK-AVJ was a sister aircraft to ZK-AVI and came from the Australian register where it
                                                had been VH-AQN (ex A17-366).   It was another of the James Aviation topdressers,
                                                and is seen outside their hangar at Hamilton in 1951.   Like its sister machine, its bits and
                                                pieces were also repatriated back to Australia following a write off at Uruahi Station in 1956.