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Victa CT/2 Aircruiser


Victa Aircruiser


The possibilities of developing a four-seat variant of the Airtourer was mooted in Australia and Henry Millicer designed the CT/2 Aircruiser. A completely new design, a prototype, VH-MVR, was built and flown on 17 July 1966. The Aircruiser was powered by a 210 hp Continental IO-360-D and featuring a roomier four-seat cockpit. 

However Australian Government approval for levies on imported US light aircraft was not obtained and the project was shelved. The Aircruiser option on the Aircruiser was taken up in 1969 across the Tasman by Aero Engines Services Ltd in company with the production jigs and became ZK DAH, grandfather of today's CT/4C. The aircraft arriving in New Zealand in December of that year.


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