The third Sirocco to be completed was Rex Krammer's ZK-EDQ (c/n AACA 141), which was first registered in January 1976. This was the first Sirocco with a retractable undercarriage and I think it probably was the first New Zealand homebuilt aircraft with a retracting undercarriage. This aircraft was built at Motueka where I think this photograph was taken. I do not have a record of the photographers of ECW and EDQ. This aircraft was quite heavy and was withdrawn from use and cancelled at Christchurch on 21/2/03.
The fourth Sirocco to fly was ZK-FNQ as covered in Blue Bus's post, and the fifth and so far latest to fly is Lindsay Wheelers ZK-PTR (c/n AACA 148/1) which was first registered in December 1999, and is currently based at Kerikeri. I think this is the aircraft that was built by Steve Rankin over many years at Whangarei. Thanks to Lindsay Wheeler for the photo