English IT Businessman has paid £43,000 for a Historic Journey from Canada to UK



You may be thinking what this journey is about for which a businessman has paid £43,000 and he is willing to pay more; it is not an ordinary flight but a memorable Lancaster Bomber trip from Canada to UK. IT businessman Matthew Munson has won the bidding war on eBay for the respect put up for grabs by the Warplane Heritage Museum in Ontario, which will help finance a month long memorial tour next month. Munson said that he is in love with all mechanical things including cars, trains and planes; in this case, the aircraft’s statistics such as cruising speed (210mph), service ceiling (25,700 ft), maximum speed (275mph), range (2,530 miles) and more specifically, Engine (4 x Packard Merlin 224) inspired me a lot. The bidding was at $79,000 and Munson limited himself to $83,000, the final bid was closed at $79,100 when he got a call from the Canadian museum.





English IT Businessman has paid £43,000 for a Historic Journey from Canada to UK

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