Yep, I love the paint job. It's the same paint job that was used at the Little Norway pilot training facility in Toronto during WWII. The planes is named "Spirit of Little Norway" in yellow letters on the left side of the cowling, and it is simply beautiful to watch, listen to, and fly! It is our little tribute to the brave Norwegian pilots who fought in WWII.
It's actually grounded at the moment. Not just due to cold weather, but on its last landing last year the brackets that connect to the rudder control rods broke due to tail wheel shimmy, so we need a new rudder. We have one on its way from Texas as we speak. We need a new tail wheel assembly as well, as the one we have is worn, thus the shimmy. And Cornell parts aren't exactly off-the-shelf any more..