This aircraft represents a Hungrian Bf109G-10, again flying at the end of the war in 1945.
Throughout the war the stalwart BF109 Messerschmitt received constant upgrades to stay ahead of the allied advancements. By 1944 the Bf 109G-6 was jury rigged into a number of roles for which it was ill-suited and its performance reduced further when combined with less capable pilots. It was nerveless a numerous foe for the allies in all theatres. Total Bf 109 Wartime production (September 1939 to May 1945) was 30,573 units and accounted for 57% of all German fighter types produced. Manufacture of the Bf109G derivatives continued postwar until 1958 (Spanish-built Hispano Aviación HA-1109 and HA-1112 Buchons).
This is a pre-built and pre-painted 1:72 scale plastic aircraft from Easy model. It is a finished model and comes complete with a stand.
It does not require glue and is ready to display.