This is a desk model of the Arsennal VG-33 C1, WWII French fighter airplane. I designed it myself from a 3 views picture.
It is a bit simplified, it lacks the bottom cooler and intake as well as the guns in order to look more streamlined.
Be sure your slicer and printer can handle thin walls very well, also you want to print the middle fuse section with the cockpit pointing up unless you use supports.
Each part (wings and fuselage) must be printed on their flat side.
The propeller and stand will need supports.
You need to use short lenghts of 0.8mm steel wire or similar to joint the part together and align them when you glue them.
EDIT: replaced the fuse_middle part with a newer version where the cockpit isn't hollow, should be much easier to print!
EDIT 2: changed fuse_middle again, added more tolerance in the wings pockets.
EDIT 3: once again I changed fuse_middle again, forgot the hole for the stand
You need to use a brim for the wings and elevator parts, otherwise a skirt or nothing is fine for other parts.
You will probably need to sand or trim the wings and elevators so they fit inside the slots.
Some parts of the wings may look weird if your printer has trouble with thin walls, you can simply trim those away and it will still look fine.