|To United States Army Air Force (USAAF) as C-60A-5-LO serial 42-56043|
|24JUL43||Delivered ex Lockheed. (Source: MAC Air Case 200. NAA via Gordon Birkett)|
|11AUG43||Arrived Long Beach. (Source: MAC Air Case 200. NAA via Gordon Birkett)|
|15AUG43||Departed Long Beach. (Source: MAC Air Case 200. NAA via Gordon Birkett)|
|23AUG43||To RAAF as A67-3|
|Allocated callsign VHRAC|
|31JAN47||Sold to NZNAC|
|28APR47||Registered ZK-AOT. Named "Korohia" (New Zealand Thrush)|
|26SEP47||Struck off charge by RAAF|
|15JUN48||Departed Whenuapai for New Plymouth with 8 passengers but returned with undercarriage problems. The aircraft circled for 1 hr 35 min and landed safely. (Commander W.B. Mackley & First Officer G.G. Barnett). (Source: "NAC The Illustrated History" by Waugh, Layne and McConnell)|
|15MAY50||Inaugurated NAC services in Northland replacing the final L-10 Electra ZK-AFD. (Source: "NAC The Illustrated History" by Waugh, Layne and McConnell)|
|Sold to Northrop Aircraft Corp as N4634V|
|Sold to W.L. Hartman as N4634V|
|Sold to Tom's Auto Sales, Rockford, Illinois as N4634V|
|Sold to Tropical Air Transport as N4634V|
|Sold to Trans Aero Systems, Miami as N4634V|
|77||Removed from USCR by 1977|
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