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1964 MOONEY M20E SUPER 21

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General Specs

For Sale

1964

MOONEY M20E SUPER 21

N7191U

409

Placerville, CA USA


General Specs

3,382

1,178

21

Used

N/A


Additional Classifications


Detailed Description

1964 Mooney M20E Super 21, N7191U, est. 3382 TT, 1178.4 Eng., 21.5 SPOH, 949lbs Useful load. New custom panel. P&I 8/8. Well kept & excellent records.

Avionics / Equipment

Avionics
New, Custom Panel
King KMA-24 Audio Panel with 3 LMB
King KX 165 TSO 720 Channel Nav/Com
King KCS 55a HSI
King KX 165 TSO 720 Channel Nav/Com
King KI 209 VOR/Localizer/Glideslope Indicator
Garmin GTX335 Transponder ADS-B Out
JPI 930 Color Graphic Engine Monitor with Fuel Flow
PM 1000 II Four Place Intercom
Pilot and Copilot Yoke Mounted PTT
Vertical Card Compas
Digital Chronometer with OAT
Digital Tach/OAT

Equipment
GAMI Injectors
Powerflow Exhaust
Lasar Cowl Closure
Mooney 201 Yokes
Lightweight Starter
Manual Gear
Manual Flaps
No AD Hub
52 Gallon Fuel
Fuel Tanks Resealed 2002
Brackett Air Filter
LED Belly Strobe and Beacon
Heated Pitot
Newer Landing Gear Pucks 2015
One Piece Windshield
External Power Plug
Speed Fairing on Landing Light
Duel Toe Brakes
Bruce's Custom Canopy Cover

Airframe

Airframe Total Time: Estimated 3382.1

Engines / Mods

Engine:  
1178.4 (IO-350-A1A, 200HP, 2000TBO)

Prop:   
21.5 SPOH (Hartzell HC-C2YR-1BF No AD Hub.)

Interior / Exterior

Interior: 
Tan seats and side panels with black carpet.  Overall good condition, rated 8 out of 10.

Exterior: 
White with major metalic blue accent, gold minor accent, and light blue minor accent.  Paint is in overall good condition, rated 8 out of 10.

Remarks

Useful Load:  949 lbs.
Annual Due: November 2019

We sold this aircraft to the current owner back in 2002.  Since owning it, he has upgraded the panel considerably and removed the Rayjay Turbo normalizer from the engine to reduce wear and tear on the engine.  This is a well kept aircraft with excellent records.  The "estimated" engine and airframe times are due to the tachometer failing and the aircraft being flown for a short time prior to the repair.  Times are accurate reflections of the aircraft, engine, and prop.

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