CubCrafters’ Signature paint scheme has slowly evolved over the years, and it certainly flatters our Cubs. It’s easy to recognize one of our airplanes from a hundred yards or more. Our schemes are often imitated and have become an important part of the CubCrafters brand. Still, not everyone wants “stock” paint.
This “digital-camo” scheme mimics the customer’s business jet.
For many buyers, the appearance of their airplane is a reflection of their own personality, so we receive a variety of requests. Some schemes are outgoing, colorful, loud. Others are subdued, restrained. Buyers might include elements from historic aircraft. Just when we think we’ve seen everything, we’ll get a new request that surprises us.
The owner of this Carbon Cub FX-3 is an avid car collector. The paint compliments a Cortina Lotus in his stable.
This scheme harks to war era fighters that used “countershading” for camouflage.
What’s your dream? We can make it happen.
How about a Classic Piper Red on White scheme?
How about a tribute to the post WWII Daetwyler cubs of Switzerland by Max Daetwyler.
The digital-camo reminds me of how Oakley paints their Global XRS BJ.
I have the best looking club crafter on the face of the earth. It was painted at the factory and was designed by scheme designers in New York. It’s a showstopper wherever it goes. It’s on floats at present and it’s the perfect flying machine.
I have to admit, George’s airplane turns heads. You can see it in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPWJOKmR0DE
The digital camo business jet this one is modeled after is N1MG, I believe. They even replicated the MG on the tail.