One of only three that flew with Armstrong Cheetah engines. One left the factory with a Cheetah engine while two were later converted in Australia.
Smaller and a little more attractive but also interesting are the Chrislea Ace/Super Ace/Skyjeep variants, not really to compete for cargo and skydriving jobs but it could make an interesting camper. Plus I'm a sucker for an H-tail in a light aircraft and you could have trigear if you prefer. You'd need a tail stand for the trigear one when camping but they you'd need one to raise the tail for the taildragger anyway unless you like sleeping at an angle.
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That hatch in the turtle deck mimics those on World War 2 vintage ambulance and liasson airplanes but looks much easier to load.