Nearing ever closer to the aircraft's first flights taking place just next month, Jerry Yagen's Mosquito KA114, under restoration at Avspecs, located at Ardmore, New Zealand, was recently rolled over to the Airspray guys (located at the same airfield) for paint. The aircraft has been long finished in authentic/correct base silver dope (just as they were from the factory, before paint application), and will be painted in a standard RAF green/gray scheme, with (rightfully) the markings of a WWII RNZAF squadron example (a very historical one).
Here is some TV coverage with video: http://www.3news.co.nz/Mosquito-gets-fi ... fault.aspx
And some photos posted here: http://rnzaf.proboards.com/index.cgi...d=16707&page=4
Note these latest views show the radiators and radiator intakes in-place (for the first time, I believe). The aircraft, in these views, actually looks less complete than it really is, however, as all of the cowlings and wingtips are finished, and they simply aren't fitted at this time, or at least at the time of the photos/video of the move. I believe the internal systems are now complete.
And the company's Facebook page that is doing the paint work on the Mosquito: https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Ai...59682704139188
(They also did the painting of Rod Lewis' P-40C, that was also restored at Avspecs).