Soviet Jet Towed on Road in Russia Like a Trailer

In Soviet Russia, fighter jets are so tough and manly that they don't need runways all that much. Most were designed to take of and land using Russia's highway network and can even be serviced by the road side.
If it's Russian, than it's a Mig 1 photo
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We've already seen how jets like to fly low and sometimes land next to unsuspecting motorists, but what happens after that? This video shot by an in-car dash cam shows how an old military aircraft is being transported, towed by a small 4x4.

From the look of it, this old Mig looks like an outdoor museum piece, which is a good thing considering the state it's in. Still, it's amazing to see the Russians towing it like it's a simple trailer.

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