No information whatever posted with it, just the photo. And carefully edited to remove any hint of anything that would give a clue to the scale. And low res enough that you really can't say for sure what it is. Of course the FB experts have said it's a hoax, it's an Airfix kit (??), it's definitely 1/144 (??), it's definitely 1/72 (probably), it's 1/48, etc, etc. None of them knows any more than my Aunt Dot does.
But interesting none the less. If it *is* (as I suspect) 1/72, and if they do it right, somebody at Airfix should fall on their sword. They could have, and should have owned this market with a new kit. Instead they're wasting time and resources on stuff with tiny (vanishingly small) interest pools, historical relevance, and choice of color schemes. Oh well, you snooze, you lose.
How can you criticise "FB experts" for trying to identify the kit, then do exactly that yourself (incorrectly) in the next paragraph?