ZK-EER (c/n AACA/232/2) was built by Ben Berg in Auckland, and it was first registered to him on 3/12/75. It was his second Jodel, having previously built D 9 ZK-DBM. The above photos were taken at the 1976 AACA flyin at Kaikohe very early on in its life, where it had a special permit issued to fly to the flyin ( as was sometimes done by CAA back then).
ZK-EFK was sold to PWA Bevin of Hastings on 11/11/85, and then on to IH Atkinson of Hanmer Springs on 13/9/88. It then was sold back to PWA Bevin on 12/5/92. It was damaged on 5/12/92 at Woodbank Station near Hamner Springs, and it was cancelled from the register on 12/2/99.
ZK-EJN (c/n AACA/291/1) was built by Dave Crimp of Tadmor, inland from Nelson, and was first registered on 31/5/77. It was the first D 11 in New Zealand that featured a spring steel undercarriage as can be seen in the above photos, which were taken at the 1978 AACA flyin at Nelson. It was sold to GJ Crimp of Blenhiem on 18/10/83, and then to JL Currie of Ngongotaha on 20/9/89.