Me and you are very similar types of (a) person.

I am not sure if the article before the noun "person" is necessary or can be omitted.


The article is not needed, but if you're interested in idiomatic speech, we wouldn't typically say "of person", since it is implicit.

You and I are similar types.
Me and you are similar types.
[ungrammatical but not uncommon].

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