A museum named OMAR Mine Museum (OMAR = Organization for Mine clearance and Afghan Rehabilitation), somewhere in Kabul city, showed me very unexpectedly a series of preserved aircraft. Several once Afghan Air Force aircraft and helicopters were kind of preserved, but the war in the country badly damaged the infrastructure of the museum as well as the aircraft. Luckily the whole was protected by a large wall, that prevented a possible even worse situation... current status of the museum is unknown.
Carries a faded "polar" sticker and an "AMW" logo, but the origins of both are unclear. Owned by Richard Cras of Toulon. The registration was cancelled 10 days after this photo was taken, and in September 2013 the aicraft was dismantled and transported to Miroslawice in Poland for restoration to flying condition. By March 2015 it was back in the air again showing its original identity as Polish Air Force "0865", based in Luxembourg.
Stored at Merrill Field since the early 1990s. Was initially in full Aeroflot colours, but unfortunately these were painted over a few years later, resulting in this boring appearance without registration. It stayed in this very same spot until Sep 2012, when it was dismantled and trucked out for restoration to flying condition elsewhere. Current status of the project is unknown.