60 Spitfire fighter jets from WWII to be unearthed

60 Spitfire fighter jets from WWII to be unearthed

The Government of Burma has confirmed that it will begin excavations to unearth nearly 60 Spitfire fighter jets from WWII that have never been used and that once the confrontation was over, they were buried inside their respective boxes in 10-meter deep pits.

The Director General of Civil Aviation of Burma has signed an agreement with a British farmer who spent 16 years of his life looking for these aircraft, David Cundall, and it is expected that they will soon be available for auction, as these fighter planes they are in high demand among collectors.

Via: BBC

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