Thanks for that, Kees -- great shots of a beautiful aircraft.
Odd airscrew shape with the pointed tips, isn't it? I wonder what prompted that; less torque than earlier engines, perhaps?
It must have been fairly tricky getting into the cockpit by the look of it. Overhead view was great, but the view during landings must have been awful. Trying to duck your head under the upper wing cutout to see the ground during touchdown or takeoff (if that was even practical) would have been quite an exercise by the look of it. The wide-track undercart probably came in very handy.
Twin Vickers were mounted on the cockpit floor (clearing a jam doesn't bear thinking about) and fired out between the lower pair of engine cylinders -- I take it there's no sign of this in this civil version?
It's a beautiful restoration. Is it airworthy?