British team digs for WWII Spitfire planes in Myanmar

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    nandakandamanda

    This should be interesting to see what comes out of the ground. I wouldn't mind one myself, but where would I park it?

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    Madverts

    Pretty fascinating if they are there after all these years. The aluminium panels should be fine I'm not sure the mechanical parts will have faired too well, even if they have been exceptionally well wrapped in grease.

    Didn't the Americans dig up a long-buried car not so long ago?

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    Peter Kelly

    Aluminium? Wow. I thought they were made of fabric. On reading more, I have learned the skin was made of "duralumin". Interesting.

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