During the late 1940s and early 1950s, Al Mooney was developing the four-seater M20. When the company moved to Kerrville,
Texas, from Wichita, Kansas, the development of the M20 sped up. On September 3, 1953, the Mooney M20 took its first flight and
was certified on August 24, 1955. The Mooney M20 series are piston-powered, propeller-driven, four-seater aircraft that feature
tricycle gear and low wings. With the exception of early models of the M20 being built with wooden framed wings and tails, M20s are
built with aluminum wing skin and constructed completely in metal. In July 1976, the Mooney M20J was introduced and was also
known as the Mooney 201 as it is capable of reaching 201 miles per hour. Powered by a Lycoming IO-360 piston engine, the MD20J
was certified on September 27, 1976. A total of 1,634 MD20Js were produced between 1977 and 1987.
Avionics / Equipment
Garmin 496 (Yoke mounted).
KFC 150 three axis autopilot (couples laterally & vertically).
KNS 80 VOR nav & RNAV (Nav 1).
KI 204/206 VOR/LOC/GS
KY 197 Com 1
KX 165 Com 2/Nav 2.
KR 87 ADF
Stratus ADS-B Transponder.
EDM 730 (Engine analyzer)
Firewall Forward STC.
FT-101 Fuel Flow/Totalizer.
Precise Flight Speed Brakes.
Long Range Fuel Tanks.
Standby Vacuum System.
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