Advert: The eBay page for the plane, but the £4, 000 reserve has not yet been met with a day to go
Owner and military enthusiast Karl Edmondson, 52, from South Shields explained the importance of this aircraft to the war effort, which eventually saw Germany successfully defeated.
'The aircraft's top speed was about 120 miles-per-hour, ' said Mr Edmondson.
'It's one of the last of its squadron, and was used to support ground troops in their push through Europe.
'It was used to fly just above the tree line and spot enemy troops before the pilots would radio allied troops in charge of artillery.
'Interestingly, Star Trek actor James Doohan who played Montgomery 'Scotty' Scott flew in the plane's sister squadron 666 during the Second World War.'
Magic: Flanked by two motorcycles from the period, the aircraft stand proudly on a runway
Attraction: Enthusiasts are drawn to the plane, which has been displayed at a variety of events across the country
Tally ho: Owner Karl Edmondson, 52, and the WW2 allied aircraft he is selling in an online auction
As part of the 665 Squadron the aircraft, was manned principally by the Royal Canadian Air Force and the Royal Canadian Artillery, with selected British artillery pilots assisting in squadron formation.
The squadron was deployed to the Netherlands in April 1945 and after Victory in Europe in May that year part of the squadron was sent to Allied headquarters in Germany for American intelligence duties. It was later restored in Scotland.
Buyers have an option to purchase an engine for the plane, which is sadly no-longer flying - with one enquiring whether the engine can be purchased on its own.
History: The plane, which is named Tyler Jay, scouted parts of Europe to help Allied forces plot a path to Berlin after D-Day
Majestic: The aircraft, with the registration TJ398, was used to fly low and spot enemy forces
Karl said the auction has been attracting attention from across the world with interest coming from Australia, France, and Canada.
'This aircraft really belongs in a museum, ' he said.