Delivered in 10.34 to Eastern Airlines as NC13736. To RAAF as A30-11 in 03.41. Bought by Sid Marshall in 1946 for spares use. Displayed at Albury from late 1979 to represent KLM's PH-AJU which landed there during the 1934 UK to Australia Air Race.
A former RAAF aircraft, A30-11 was one of several DC-2s that had had been stored next to Bankstown airport by aviation pioneer Sid Marshall. It was acquired in 1979 by the West Albury Rotary Club for a memorial to the original PH-AJU, which had landed in Albury under arduous conditions in 1934. Control surfaces were fabricated from sheet aluminium and other non-aviation materials were used in its assembly. Safety concerns due to corrosion forced its removal from display in the early 2000s. In 2017 A30-11 was being restored for a new Uiver Memorial in Albury.