VH-ANN was built as a DC-3-384 but was impressed as C-49 41-7687 before delivery. It served with the USAAF, RAAF and airline ANA in Australia and Papua New Guinea during World War II with the call sign VHCDB. ANA purchased it in 1946 and converted it back to DC-3 standard (as VH-ANN) and installed Wright Cyclone engines like other DC-3s in its fleet. -ANN was withdrawn from use in 1966 and scrapped in 1967.
Delivered to the USAAF on the 17 June 1944. was purchased by ANA in 1945 and entered the Australian Register as VH-ANW Seen here at Parafield after being removed from a children's camp at Chain of Ponds. After refurbishment it was trucked to Perth.
Airlines of South Australia's two Convairs were almost relics in the Ansett group, the last of nine aircraft. The rest had been sold 10 years or more before ASA flew its last Convair service in 1972. -BZF was sold in the US as N102KA but operated in Cambodia. Photographer's name not known.