This replica was built by the Neptune Association and represents aircraft W.57, lost in a fatal accident over the North Sea, off Den Helder, on 17 November, 1925. The WA was a licence-built Hansa-Brandenburg W.12 for the Dutch Naval Air Service.
In 1934 Fokker C.V '312' was converted to C.V-D, equipped with a RR Kestrel and reserialled '634'. The aircraft survived the war and went on display in the Aviodome, Schiphol, in the 1950's as '618', one of the aircraft lost in May 1940.
Delivered to the US AAF on 5 -10-1943 as USAAF s/n 43-30732. The tail fin was painted the figures 330732.In 1960 Daisy was sold to the Swedish Air Force. She was in service 1960-1982 .Daisy was sold by the Air Force in1983 to present owner.
In the early 1980s this Beech, operated by Aces High Ltd. at North Weald, starred in James Bond's 'Octopussy'. G-BKRG came to Lelystad in 2005 and is since on static display as '42-2429' in this somewhat spurious colourscheme. True identity is 51-11665.
delivered to the USAAF in 1943 as 42-23936 did service in Oran, N.Africa with the 8th AF. In 1946 to Czechoslovakia and flew with CSA as OK-WDU (1947).To French Aeronavale in 1958 as 23936.To Stellair (F-GEOM) in 1983 as a freighter. In 1994 to SCA.
With restoration work due to be completed, this Lelystad Tracker will be finished in her former MLD scheme. V-151 entered service with the Dutch Fleet Air Arm in April 1960 as an S-2A and converted later to S-2N. She retired as a US-2N in early 1976.