Bought by Franklin Devaux in late 1994 and flown from Canada to France circa Apr 1995 as C-FCRR. Used in Africa from Oct 1995 to Apr 1997 as a flying studio for a French television series on natural history, called "Opération Okavango". Displayed on the Place de la Concorde in Paris in Air France colours Aug & Sep 1998, to celebrate 100 years of aviation. Flew in South America from Oct 1998 to Jun 1999 to commemorate the mail flights flown from France in the 1930s. Stored in a hangar at Orly in 1999 (still regd C-FCRR) until bought by Alain Maire in 2008 as N9767 (it's ex RCAF 9767). First post-restoration flight 22 Dec 2010, and based at Melun. Sold to Coy Pfaffy in the USA and departed Melun for the last time on 14 Jun 2019.
VH-BRI's flying career ended when it sank at its moorings at Hayman Island on July 8, 1962. The fuselage was acquired by Vic O'Hara, who converted it to a houseboat. Named the Henrietta Hoh, it was kept at Shute Harbour.