The thread about the whereabouts of surviving Luftwaffe fighters reminded me that one of the rarest German warbirds is currently being restored. Found in 1981, the crash site of a FW 200 Condor was located near a Norwegian fjord near Trondheim. After many years, what was left of the plane was repatriated to Germany.
If you've followed the other thread there are videos of similar aircraft in Russian and US hands during and following the end of WW2, but to date the one at the German Museum of Technology in Berlin is the only surviving example. Originally developed for Lufthansa this aircraft was used by the Luftwaffe as a long range maritime patrol aircraft and hated by Churchill. Any update on it's restoration? It is quite a beautiful aircraft.