VH-AIY was the personal aircraft of aviation pioneer Horrie Miller. It was displayed in Broome until 2002 when it was transferred to the RAAF Association Museum near Perth. The display building shows signs of vandalism in this photo. Its roof was repurposed has a shade area.
Delivered new to Japan Air Lines in June 1962 as JA8024. Sold to Cathay in June 1970. Stored at Miami by early October 1975 and to N880JT in February 1976 serving a series of second line operators on lease until 1979. Broken up in 1985.
Built for USAAF as 44-34761, but not delivered. Converted in 1961 by On Mark Engineering of Van Nuys to Marksman C standard including deeper pressurised fuselage with revised cabin roof. Fitted with 2500 h.p. R-2800 and wingtip tanks. Carried up to 8 executive passengers.
Early production Super L-1049 Constellation, later converted to L-1049/02. Served Eastern Airlines from 31 December 1951 until withdrawn in January 1968 with 41,886 flying hours. Sold in May 1968. Scrapped at Fort Lauderdale in late 1980.
Built in 1942 for USAAF as B-34 Ventura 41-38032. To Cuba AF in August 1947 as 215, returning to USA in October 1951 and becoming N1527V. N1000X from June 1957 and converted to Super Ventura standard by Spartan in October 1958.