Douglas C-47: http://ru-aviation.livejournal.com/1877831.html
Note the amazing state of the paint, especially on the interior. One can easily see the original U.S. stars, the Russian stars, and the US serial number. With the paneling seen along the mid upper section of the fuselage, it shows signs that it may have been one of the many Russian C-47's and Li-2's that had dorsal turrets fitted.
IL-2 Sturmovik: http://ww2incolour.blogspot.com/2012....html?spref=fb
It is said that this airframe will be restored to fly by the same company that restored the example owned by the Flying Heritage Collection. This makes a good amount of sense, as when the wood-constructed rear fuselage and tail was made for the FHC Sturmovik project, another was produced as well at the same time, for inclusion on any future project.
It just goes to show that there is still some really remarkable airframes out there from WWII, just waiting to be found/recovered. Not related to the Russian recoveries, but other warbird recoveries in recent years - it is said that one of Richard Bong's P-38's was recovered not too long ago out of one of the islands in the south pacific, and although completely "hush hush", will likely be the basis of a restoration to flying condition over the coming years - it will be pretty amazing if the day comes, that one can say that one of the P-38's that Bong flew is now flying again! (I believe it is this one, but I'm not entirely positive: http://www.pacificwrecks.com/aircraf...42-103993.html)