01/31/2006. Remarks by Johan Visschedijk: "Built for USAAF as DC-3A-467 C-47B-40-DK s/n 44-77249, delivered June 30, 1945, transferred to RAF as Dakota Mk.IV s/n KP279 on July 2, 1945. To civil register on January 16, 1952 as G-AMNV.
Later identities were EC-ATM, SE-EDI, 6V-AAM, VQ-ZEA, A2-ZEA, ZS-FKI, ZS-NPI, A2-ADL, PT-XWE, PR-MGF, and ZS-ASN (several times). Heavily modified to geological research aircraft for Anglo American Corporation between 1982 and 1988. Converted by Basler to BT-67 turboprop variant (conversion no. 11) between November 1991 and June 1992."