This 1978 Skyhawk was initially registered N739TK, but not for long as it was re-registered (probably new) as VH-BSH(3) on 25 January 1979. It's currently based at Toowoomba and seen here heading home after the Wide Bay International Airshow.
Built by CAC Fishermans Bend 27 April 1956 and delivered to the RAAF in May. Served with 1FTS Point Cook. Sold 2 May 1979 with 4635 h. Registered VH-SOB December 1981 and based in Melbourne until 1995 when it moved to Caboolture, where it presently lives. Seen here at the Wide Bay International Airshow.
This Trojan was built for the US Navy with serial Bu 137743. Retired, it was civil registered as N5439X in August 1984. It moved through several owners before being exported to Australia in April 2008. It was registered VH-ZSH on 27 November that year and is currently based in Toowoomba, Qld. It seems to have been partly repainted since moving to Australia, and now carries the appropriate name 'Miss Stress' on the port nose.
Aerotec Queensland Chief Engineer Wayne Milburn taxies in after a display at the Wide Bay International Airshow. This eye-catching Trojan is registered in memory of warbird pioneer Guido Zuccoli and is still owned by his widow, Lynette. It's operated as part of the Aerotec stable.
Gear up & off on another joyride for 'Huff n'Puff'. Built to a 1951 USAF order as 51-3722. Converted to AT-28D standard and to R. Thai AF 1965-75. Also operated by Air America in Laos. To Philippine AF 1976-87. Civilianised and based Manila as RP-R280 1988 for restoration using parts from 51-3782. To Brisbane 1990 & restoration - ff 5 Aug 2001. Seen here at the Wide Bay International Airshow.
This former RAAF Parrot was allocated the New Zealand ferry registration ZK-DVZ and was taken on RAAF charge on 23 May 1975. After service at 1 FTS Point Cook, it was sold on 29 September 1993. Originally registered as VH-PAH, it was re-registered as VH-DMI on 8 July 2002. Currently based in Queensland, it did a roaring trade in joyflights at the Wide Bay International Airshow.