Originally Posted by Gluehand
It is indeed a Hungarian Meteor 25.
Here is a photo from THIS
site, showing lots of interesting engines rarely seen at "our backyard".....
Bosse, I had a look at the site. Very interesting. As you say, there are a lot of rare engines that we'll probably never see.
One "interesting" point, on their page 26, there is a Taplin Twin Mk I, which is called a (DC) "Tornado", but I looked all around the site, and I didn't find any means of contact at all.