The Nord 1002 is basically a Messerschmidt Bf.108D Taifun with a Renault 6Q engine, built post-war by SNCAN. This particular aircraft was built in 1945 and is now owned by Joachim Schulz and based at Schwenningen in Germany.
This Me-108 is in reality a 1946-built, ex-Armée de l'Air Pengouin II and is on display at the super RepTár Szolnoki Repülőmúzeum in these Hungarian markings. Royal Hungarian Air Force operated eight (or seven?) examples between 1937 and 1945,