Thought it was a R/C model at first... Can't understand why anyone would want to fly around with that sinister tail marking knowing what it represented though.
are you serious? i guess you are a green supporter as well
Would that be a problem? I have a lot of friends who vote Green, as they are entitled to ;D.
A lot of people are wary of reproduction swastikas, being that there can be a fine line between faithful accuracy and unwitting glorification. I don't think it would make any difference at all to this aircraft in particular's provenance if were on the tail or not. The other markings clearly identify it as a replica FW- I don't think anyone is going to mistake it for anything else.
As an enthusiast and modeller, I will add that I find the continued fascination with WWII German gear and militaria (e.g. Luft '46) et al a bit curious given what it was produced in aid of. Why are there more and better Bf-109 kits out there than Spitfire kits for example?