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Percival Proctor IV 
A75-1 NP336 
RAAF Photo 
via Brendan Cowan

 
     
 

Percival Proctor Image Gallery

 
     
RAAF Serial RAF Serial  C/N Aircraft History
A75-1 NP336 H.707 Retained its RAF service number NP336.
Arrived 27/02/45 at 2AD ex UK.
To Governor Generals Flight (GGF) 19/03/45.
To SHQ Canberra 02/06/47.
Stored 28/01/48.
To Base Sqn Point Cook 27/02/51.
Sold in 27/01/53 to Les Elliott and registered VH-BNB 10/08/53 to 01/07/58.
The a/c was totally destroyed when it crashed near Chiltern, Vic on 23rd May 1958, killing the owner-pilot and his passenger.

Percival Proctor IV 
A75-1 NP336 
RAAF Photo 
via Brendan Cowan  Percival Proctor IV 
A75-1 NP336 
Photo AWM P01817 
via Brendan Cowan  Percival Proctor IV 
A75-1 NP336 VH-BNB 
Eddie Coates Collection  RAAF Form E/E.88 Aircraft Status Card

The Proctor held by the Moorabbin Museum is a Mk 1, previously VH-AUC, G-AHDI, P6194 and has been painted to represent A75-1.

A75-1 on display at Moorabbin Air Museum
 

     

The Authors of this page are Darren Crick and Brendan Cowan

Source: National Archives, RAAF Status Card, RAAF Museum Website, CASA Aircraft Records,

Emails: Barrie Colledge

Updated 29 June 2015

     

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