Jon Johanson's record-setting RV-4 was first registered on 6 January 1992. This photo was taken after Jon had circumnavigated the world three times in it! By 2004 the aircraft had been turbocharged, leading to the revised 'TE' designation.
This 1998 Global Express was pretty much brand new when it appeared at the 1999 Avalon airshow as a manufacturer's demonstrator. It later became N1TK, N115HK, HB-JGO and at the time of writing is N617JN.
This colourful Iskra was on display at the 1999 Avalon airshow. Built in 1968, it first served with the Polish Air Force as 403. Sold to Australia, it was registered VH-ISZ on 20 March 1997. Still current as of October 2018 to an operator in Port Hedland, WA.
Getting a wash before flying... This aircraft was built in 1958 and imported into Australia a few years later, being registered VH-DUE on 26 March 1964. By 1976 it was in a bad state at Rockhampton but was trucked to Victoria for restoration, as seen here.
At the 1995 Australian International Airshow, Dick VanGrunsven himself flew displays in this RV-4. It was built in Victoria and registered on 5 September 1988. It's still going strong a quarter of a century later.