Just because we are 'into' Spitfires doesn't mean everybody else is, I'm sure the Burmese government are not worried if the restoration companies at Dux etc haven't got enough supplies of restorable airframes.
I bet Cameron couldn't differentiate a Spifire from a Stuka, remember that lot are not the brightest of chaps.
N.B Look at what happened to the Syrian Mk 22 Spifires, they did exist and a guy from the US went to look at them, but
try and find photos apart from the one blurred image on the web or try and get any more details of this visit, there is absolutely nothing.
Last edited by GrahamF; 15th April 2012 at 13:43.
Reason: More details
"The 262's most dangerous opponent :- Hawker Tempest - extremely fast at low altitudes, highly-manoeuvrable and heavily-armed."
(H. Lange, 262 pilot)