VH-EWM was imported to undertake rain-making experiments for the CSIRO. At the end of that contract is was leased to both TAA and MMA for passenger work. A planned lease to the NSW ambulance service in 1969 to cover Queen Air maintenance did not eventuate Sold in Canada as CF-CIJ in November 1972.
Packed up and ready to be hauled off along with a wing from a Grumman F-9. The Piasecki was on its way to the Grissom air base in Indiana but is not currently listed as a exhibit. The connection is that astronaut Gus Grissom was picked up a Piasecki HUP after his splashdown on the Mercury 2 mission.