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For sale

Spec Sheet


1966 Mooney M20E S/N 1288

Asking Price: $59,000

Contact Caleb Marsh (Broker) at 316-587-5412 or email

Aircraft currently located at El Dorado, KS (KEQA)


Check out the intro video on youtube to the plane and see it up close and flying:  


Times and Aircraft History:

Total Time Airframe - 4200

Engine SMOH - 1100

Propellor:  Constant Speed Hartzell

Complete Aircraft Maintenance Logs

No damage history

No hail damage

No Corrosion Issues

No Liens on the Aircraft

AD Compliance Good


Inspection Status:  

Annual Inspection Completed Feb 2022.  Next Due end of Feb 2023. 

Transponder 24 month inspection out of Date


Engine: Lycoming IO-360-A1A, SMOH -1100 (Field Overhaul 1997). Compressions at February 2022 Annual Cylinder compressions checked as follows all over 80 PSI : #1- 76, #2-76, #3-78, #4-76


Prop:   Constant Speed.  Hartzell Model - HC-C2YK-1BF Prop SPOH- 1706.4,  Eddy Current Inspection due on Prop Hub in ~80 hours.   


Avionics/ Additional Equipment:

Com 1 - KX-155

Com 2 - KX175B com works, nav inop

King KR87 ADF - Timer works, ADF Antenna removed

Garmin 296 GPS

Garmin GDL 50 - ADS-B In

Narco AT 50A - Transponder Mode C

Uavionix Sky Beacon - ADS-B Out 

Mooney Autopilot - Heading Hold (works well)

Marker Beacon

Flightcom 403 - 4 place intercom

Panel installed dual USB charging port

Shoulder Harnesses for front seats

LED Landing Light

Manual Landing Gear (Johnson Bar)

Windup Clock (on pilot yoke)


Exterior: 4/10 (Faded Condition), Not an airworthiness issue but paint is faded.  Based in Dry country (Based on logbooks and speaking to the owner:  Illinois, Eastern Washington, Idaho, Montana) it’s whole life so it has no corrosion issues.  


Interior: 8/10.  Good leather seats, Carpet and Plastics in Great shape,  Glass is in Good condition. 


Other Notables from flying the plane:

This plane flew back to El Dorado, KS from Great Falls, MT on June 30, 2022.  Engine runs great, airplane flies true, and it made for a very easy 866 NM trip.  During the trip True Airspeed was documented at 9500’ MSL just over 148 kts (171 mph) and fuel burn was just over 8 gallons per hour for the trip.  This would be a solid airplane to own and I would have no issues flying all over the country as is.  This would also be a great plane to upgrade the panel on because it already has “Good Bones” to start with in regards to the engine and airframe.


Squawks to know about:

Small hangar rash on exterior (non-airworthiness issues)

Single Probe EGT Inop

Nav 2 - Inop


Supporting documents available:

-Aircraft Maintenance Logbooks (Scanned).  Click on the links below to view.




Airworthiness Directive Compliance

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