Airframe Time: 4771 Hours Total Time Engine Time: 49 Hours SMOH by Lycon on O-360 A1D 180 HP Lycoming. Prop Time: 49 SPOH on Two blade Hartzell. Suffix B hub. (No AD)
Useful Load: 1050 lbs Annual Due: April 2020
Narco CP 135 Audio Panel with 3 LMB TKM MX11 Digital Com Marco MX 11 Analog Com Narco Nav 122 VOR/Glide Slope/Localizer Indicator Narco Nav 122 VOR/Glide Slope/Localizer Indicator Narco AT 150 A Transponder with Mode C Collins 650A ADF with remote BFO Gen Insight G2 Engine Analyser Avionics Master Switch Low Vacuum Warning light Pilot's side push-to-talk Analog clock on left yoke Outside air temp gauge Hypervox 4 place intercom
65 Gallons fuel capacity Manual gear Hydraulic flaps Tinted rosen visors Mooney Positive Control "PC" Wing-leveller "autopilot" Split back adjustable rear seat One piece windshield Avionics access bay in front of windshield Fuselage strobe Cambered outer wing leading edge (G and F) Wingtip Strobes Brackett air filter Lasar Cowling closure speed mod
Mostly original side panels and heaqdliner in good condition. Simulated grey leather front seats and mismatched blue velour fabric rear seats. Although dated, in good condition. Overall rated 7 out of 10.
Very classic traditional Mooney scheme with dark blue major accents and light blue minor accents on an overall white airframe. Attractive and in good condition. Rated 8 out of 10.
The "G" model is quite rare. It is the carburetted F model. If you know Mooneys the C and E are the short ones, 180 HP and 200 HP respectively. The G and the F are the mid length fuselage (like the J and the K) and are respectivly 180 HP and 200 HP. So in effect a "G is a nine inch stretched M20C, and a very useful and easy to own plane. Complete logs. Based in the dry central valley of Northern California at Lodi Airport in a hangar for many years. Early damage history. No hail. No corrosion.