1966 Mooney M20E S/N 1288
Asking Price: $59,000
Contact Caleb Marsh (Broker) at 316-587-5412 or email email@example.com
Aircraft currently located at El Dorado, KS (KEQA)
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
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Transponder 24 month inspection out of Date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)
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.