This is quite the opposite of the Spitfire and is in fact the Spits foe the Messerschmitt BF-109. However this is slightly different because it was built post war for the Spanish Air Force. Due to lack of original German type engines it was powered by the famed Rolls Royce Merlin which I'm sure you know powered the Spitfire. They called it the Buchon, which apparently means Sea Gull. Though not actually being able to speak Spanish I don't know that for sure. The German markings are purely for airshows and it should be in Spanish colours for authenticity but there are so few original German fighters left and the Spitfire needs an opponent during these mock dogfights.
After a quick google I found that according to wikipedia, Buchon actually means a male dove or a pelican in Spanish. I don't know where I got Sea Gull from? I guess I some wires got crossed in my brain.