The SVA 9 after restoration by Herbert Fyfield. The Warren-truss wing bracing obviated the need for landing and flying wires.
Lt Arturo Ferrarin in India with his SVA 9, No 13148, en route to Tokyo in 1920.
Ansaldo displays its restored but uncovered wings on March 18, 1970.
The trademark "Gio. Ansaldo & C. Genova-Torino" is proudly displayed on the radiator
Restoration commences at Erwinna, Pennsylvania.
The aircraft during collection from the barn in Peekshill, New York, in 1956.
The trademark is also boldly displayed on the forward fuselage, where it has the marking "SVA 9 89" around it.
The bungee-sprung undercarriage is clearly shown in the view.
The cockpit boasts a typical World War One-period display of instruments.