“Over $25k invested at the last two annuals to get this airplane mechanically as perfect as.
|“Over $25k invested at the last two annuals to get this airplane mechanically as perfect as possible. Buy without the fear of the first annual inspection! Interested buyers can contact the Mooney Service Center where it was inspected and certified this month. Annual not due until May 2019!”|
135-140 KTAS at 8-9 GPHElectric retractsSkytech starter
Stratus ESG Mode S Transponder - 2020 ADS-B Out compliant (New)KX155 Nav/Com/GSKLX 135 GPS/ComKing VOR/GSKln 64 DME (1 yr old)Garmin 695 GPSSigtronic IntercomACK ELT (New)IFR Certified Feb. 17Newer panelRecent fuel tank service
Over $25k spent during the last two years to address all squawks/issues, including having the fuel tanks resealed and new ELT at a Mooney Service Center at the most recent annual. Meticulously cared for while I owned it. No airplane is perfect, but I have invested a lot of money to get this airplane as close to it as possible. I transported my family in it and am not a risk-taker. This is a solid airplane with great performance.
You could spend less now and pay more later, like I did, or spend a little more now for a nearly perfect airplane.
Damage History: No known major damage history. Previous owner had a difficult time with remembering the retracts. One incident in 2012 then another in 2013. Both were minor damage and can be searched in the NTSB database. All repairs and prop strike inspections were logged. There is now a gear warning system installed to prevent this. There was an unknown minor incident in 1999 where repairs were made but no incident record is available. None of this affects the airplane now. It has been gone through and inspected multiple times and all repairs are documented and in accordance with the regs.
Current date: 2018-04-11