Originally VH-MOJ, this New Zealand built Airtourer become VH-WLK in 1996. The A2 added to the designation means an Australian approved modification. A1 was a 150hp engine conversion. -WLK is still shown on the register as fitted with a 115hp Lycoming O-235.
When Victa closed down their Airtourer production line, it was bought by NZ-based Aero Engines Services Ltd. Several AESL Airtourers came to Australia, including this 1970 Airtourer 150. Seen here at Langwell for breakfast on the way home from the Antique Aeroplane Association of Australia's Auster Rally.