2 (c/n 1467). Note the different positions of their respective carb air intakes. [Early Beavers had it at the bottom of the engine cowling, but this was changed to the top right and further aft from about c/n 562].
ZK-AZB took part in the top dressing demonstration, whilst ZK-BVR was on display showing Franks rebuilding handy work. It was also for sale (and alas my Lotto did not come in).
ZK-BCR started life as a Cessna 175 Skylark in 1958. Basically a 172 but powered with the geared -opposed 175hp Continental GO-300A. This gave it a top engine cowl with a raised section down the centre covering the drive to the prop. this particular airframe was rebuilt in the US in 1992 to a tail wheel configuration and a 180hp Lycoming O-360 installed under a standard cowling. It is currently registered to Shaun Gilbertson of Wanaka.
2 (c/n 28492) of The Kittyhawk Partnership. This side it is marked to represent the RAAF Kittyhawk A29-1050, whilst on the port side it is in its original A29-448 markings.