Ex RAAF A68-187 and disposed of in 1958. Adastra Aerial Surveys planned to use it for aerial photography as VH-AGJ but this did not happen. It was ferried to Bankstown for spares for Illawarra Aviation's target-towing Mustangs. Businessman Hockey Treloar bought it in 1969 with a plan to install a RR Dart turboprop from a Viscount. The registration VH-UFO was reserved. The project was not completed and the aircraft was sold in the US as N919WJ. There it was rebuilt as a two-seat TF-51 with a Merlin engine. Astronaut Frank Borman owned and raced it.
VH-ROX was registered in March 1970 and was still current in 2017. However photos of it 10 years earlier at Caloundra, Queensland, showed it in the open with no wings, tailplane, or rudder. Its location in 2017 is not known.