The Barouduer was meant to take off from unprepared fields using a trolley. Although tests were successful, after a first flight in 1953, the project was abandoned. As the rudder is missing I cannot be sure it is indeed the third prototype.
One of four Trackers converted for the Kon Marine as Utility/trainers in 1971. I caught this doing circuits on a fine morning at Valkenburg with most of the other then current types in service. Scrapped 7 Jan1976 apparently.
On a fine morning on the Dutch coast I managed to catch most of the Dutch Navy's types doing circuits. I made it back to my place near Heathrow in 3 hours from the Valkenburg approach on public transport though I had to run for the BEA Trident!
Built to a 1917 RFC order as C1916. Subsequent service not known but likely to have been stored. Delivered to Australia in 1920 as part of the 'Imperial Gift' and allocated RAAF serial A2-4: remained stored until 1926. Allocated to 1 FTS Point Cook until retired in 1929. Issued to the AWM and displayed initially in Melbourne, then Canberra until 1999. Repainted in 1970 as C9539, again in 2008 as D6950 (both of 2 Squadron AFC).