Nord 1100 Srs
The four-seat Nord 1101 Noralpha was developed by the French company SNCAN post-war from the Messerschmitt 208.
Two prototype Me 208s, powered by Argus 10c engines, were built at Les Mureaux in occupied France during 1943-44, one being destroyed in an Allied bombing raid. The surviving aircraft was redesignated Nord 1100 after the Liberation, and production versions were fitted with the Renault 6Q engine as Nord 1101s.
Two hundred were built, many serving with French forces on communications, training and liaison duties.