C/n TS2810 ex ZK-AGM. Destroyed by fire after a crash landing near Freezing Flat, NZ on 27 Apr 1963 in which the passenger died. Prior to this, the aircraft had been rebuilt with a new fuselage following a landing accident to ZK-ADH c/n 4085 on 7 Jun 1936 near Wigram, NZ, hence the "TS" (DH Technical School, Hatfield) suffix to the c/n. It was subsequently rebuilt from very small surviving components from 1997 by the Newbury Aeroplane Company near Hungerford for owner Bruce Broady. It was registered as G-CIPJ on 29 May 2015 and first flew on 3 Aug 2015 from Rendcomb, Glos. It is due to return to New Zealand where it will be based at Motueka, near Nelson on the South Island.