Victa CT/2 Aircruiser
The possibilities of developing a four seat variant of the Airtourer was mooted in Australia and Henry Millicer designed the CT/2 Aircruiser. A prototype, VH-MVR, was built and flown in July 1966. However Australian Government approval for levies on imported US light aircraft was not obtained and the project was shelved. The Aircruiser was later sold across the Tasman to Aero Engines Services Ltd in company with the production jigs and became ZK-DAH, grandfather of today's CT/4C.