From the Paul Allen Flying Heritage Collection located at Paine Field, WA Across the street from where I work... Just thought I'd share from a recent visit I made.
FW190A - Was told it's the only one in the world still flying with an original BMW engine.
A fully working Norden bomb sight. If you push the bomb release the solenoids in the bomb bay close. Pretty cool. This bomb sight is installed B-25 (I've forgotten which model now) which is considered to be the most completely restored of any warbird in the world.
Another shot of the B-25. The .50's are working and loaded with ammunition. The neat thing about this museum is that ALL aircraft other than the nose section only of the Lancaster are all restored to Flyable condition. The museum is the inside of a working hangar and the display barriers are easily removed and doors open in order to fly them...Smells like the inside of any working GA hangar in the world. In fact AP mechanics are working on the aircraft while you tour! There are drip pans for Oil/hydraulic fluids and the doors open directly onto the tarmac which is located only a few hundred yards from the end of runway 34L... They don't all fly however as some are the only ones (or one of only a handful in existence) in the world.
This is an IL-2. Everything is original. The only compromise was the engine. Originals were too unreliable. So the restoration decided to use the left engine from a P-38 (the Russian engines originally turned counterclockwise) So the left engine was used and luckily fit perfectly! Cool story.. This aircraft will be debuting this summer at the Paine field fly in.