At last! I've managed to finish this #airfix A68210 FockeWulf Fw190A-8 “Brown” 6, WNr.175140, 7/II./JG 26, Melsbroek (near Brussels), Belgium, circa September 1944. Interesting bit, for those, who actually read the description... I have to admit, that it's a bit strange for Airfix to choose an aircraft which was in service for about 2 weeks and was flown by unknown pilot not some sort of an Ace. Also, there is a bit of controversy around this aircraft as some sources stating that it was a "Blue" 6.
I will allow myself to quote Mr. David E. Brown, who wrote about this aircraft on Halifax Military Modelers Group: "Based on its werknummer, this Fw 190 A-8 was one of 300 aircraft (175001–175300) manufactured by Focke-Wulf at Cottbus, with this particular aircraft being completed sometime in mid-late August 1944. It obviously had a very short operational career as it was found abandoned on the airfield at Melsbroek (near Brussels), Belgium on September 4. Thus it served with II./JG 26 for about two weeks at best. It appears to have suffered a “kopfstand” following its last flight and was left in that state when the Germans fled the airfield on September 3 after operating from it for only five days. Its pose naturally attracted many photographers thus creating a comprehensive photographic record.(...) It was later completely destroyed sometime in October 1944 when a booby-trapped 250 kg bomb buried under its motor exploded while it was being moved by American troops expanding the runway.