A Spitfire in Czech markings? Yes, Britain supplied 54 Spitfires to Czechoslovakia in 1945, including this aircraft. Following the 1948 communist takeover, SL633 went to Israel and on to Burma in 1954! Restored to airworthy condition in the USA, this must be the most cosmopolitan Spitfire around.
This B-25D did not see combat in WWII but served with USAAF and RCAF training units. Having started her warbird career in the UK as G-BYDR, she retains the markings of an RAF Mitchell of No 98 Sqn. The name 'Grumpy' is carried on the port side only.