ZK-ADI (c/n 4097, ex NZ566, ZK-ASP, N83DH, G-ADHA).
The last of the English production run, this aircraft arrived in New Zealand on December 8th, 1934, and was registered on January 29, 1935 - by which time it was already (as described above) in service. It was impressed into RNZAF service between April 1943 and August 1948 during which time it was serialled NZ566. Released to the National Airways Corporation it became ZK-ASP. Sold to W.K. Wakeman of Christchurch in December 1953, the aircraft passed through a number of owners before being acquired by Myles Robertson in 1972. He took the aircraft to the USA in 1974 and operated it for two summers (between which it required a rebuild after overturning at Cajun Pass). The aircraft was sold in New York State, becoming N83DH on August 23, 1975. In 1984 the aircraft was in the posession of Brian Woodford in England where it become G-ADHA. Gerald Grocott purchased the aircraft from Wessex Aviation and Transport Ltd and returned the aircraft to New Zealand. Restored to the original orange and silver paint scheme, the aircraft was re-registered as ZK-ADI on February 4, 1997. The airworthy aircraft is with the Croydon Aviation Heritage Trust at Mandeville.