I wouldn't get your hopes up too much,most things that have been buried in a climate like Burmas won't be in that great a shape. Mind you, all you need is the manufacturers 'data plate' (think aircraft VIN number) from the MK.IIs and someone at Duxford will be able to build you a Spitfire MK.II. Just like the MK.I that flew last year.. In fact, you can restore a Spitfire to flying condition that last landed in 1944 in a verticle dive in the dutch countryside. Moneys all you need.