In an earlier post I wrote about the "Sonia" "versions". Well, here's a well-known "assault version" "Sonia" found abandoned in Okinawa. You can clearly see that it lacks fuselage windows. Photo: NARA
The unit is unfortunately unknown and it has no tail marking. But there are a number of smaller details that make this aircraft quite interesting as a modelling subject if you care about such stuff.
First of all, we can clearly see that the rudder is a replacement from another aircraft, as the camouflage pattern is not the same with the rest of the aircraft. What is less visible at first glance, is that the whole tail end comes from the aircraft with the blotches camo.
Another interesting detail is that the fuselage, white band which is not exactly perpendicular to the central line of the aircraft, is not a complete white band and I suspect it doesn't wrap around the fuselage.
Note also that the green camouflage is not perfectly applied around the fuselage hinomaru. It looks as if they were trying hard not to paint over the hinomaru, when the green top camo was applied,. This detail together with the not-uniform top camo, is a strong indication that the aircraft was originally hairyokushoku and the green camouflage was applied later at the depot, not the factory.
The canopy is also of the later type that slided rearwards. Since only few "assault version" "Sonias" were built and the sliding canopy was adopted from the #134th produced aircraft, I believe the whole canopy is a replacement. Note that it is in hairyokushoku without any camouflage.
Another hidden detail is that some parts of the cowling are from the aircraft with the blotches camouflage.
Note also the later type propeller.
The undercarriage is in hairyokushoku but notice that the edge looks dirty, perhaps from dripped paint.
The top vertical surfaces of the port side of the tail look to be in green camouflage, but the top surfaces of the port main wing are not clear. Most probably green, but I wouldn't be surprised if the aileron(s) were replacement(s) from the blotches aircraft.
In general, I believe this aircraft is a very old one, perhaps taken from a school, with various replacement parts and field modifications to make it more front line combat worthy.
AFAIK there are no decals for this most interesting aircraft.