Victa's aviation division designed a small two-seat gyroplane, the Model 67. The prototype, which was designed by John Blackler, was registered VH-MVB and flew in May 1962. With a tricycle undercarriage, twin-fin tail unit and a two-blade main rotor with a pusher propeller driven by a 160hp Lycoming engine, the prototype logged 150 flights and 20 hours of test flying time, but was abandoned due to financial constraints.
Engine: Lycoming O-320-A, 160 hp
Top speed: 153km/h