Share in my Mooney M20K 252
Based in a (very practical) heated carroussel hangar at Teuge (EHTE) is my lovely low hours (1.200 total time) Mooney M20K 252. The 252 is turbocharged, has an automatic wastegate and intercooler (all OEM and installed at the factory, so no aftermarket shenanigans). It’s hailed as one of the best Mooneys built. I have little base for comparison, but just wanted to put that out there.
She’s IFR/PBN certified.
I am looking for a co-owner as I used to fly it with my father, who sadly passed away almost two years ago. I fly around 60 hrs per year and this makes the cost/benefit calculations a bit silly and it is a shame not to enjoy this capable machine together. I am looking for a co-owner who would be okay with the airplane based at Teuge and who has about the same flying ambitions that I have. So mixed VFR and IFR flying, some weekend trips and around 50 to 60 hrs per year. A personal click needs to be there, but I’m not the type that wants to go flying together every weekend.
The Mooney is on the Dutch (EASA) registration, and the engine is the original one she left the factory with in ‘87 with around 1.250 hours TT. The engine has lasted for 33 years and has a fine bill of health, but in all fairness it probably won’t last another 33 years before an overhaul. I have tried to calculate this in to the asking price. The engine is on an Dutch CAA/FAA approved ‘on condition’ programme and all maintenance is done under CAMO. I have yet to inflate a tire myself. I know this ‘probably’ is not the most cost effective way to go about and I am willing to discuss more owner involved options.
I am also willing to discuss different shares and – reluctantly – the sale of the entire aircraft, because I know I’m looking for a needle in a haystack.
COM 1: Garmin GNS 530W
COM 2: Garmin GNC 255A
NAV 1: Garmin GNS 530W
NAV 2: Garmin GNC 255A
Audio panel: Bendix/King KMA-24
Intercom: Isocom SCI-4
ADF: Bendix/King KR-87
DME: Bendix/King KN-64
Stormscope: 3M WX-950
ADL150 Satellite weather receiver (2018)
HSI: Bendix/King KCS-55A
Autopilot: Bendix/King KAP-150 with yaw damper
Transponder: Garmin GTX-330
GPS: Garmin GNS 530W
Garmin GTS800 Traffic Info System (2018)
JPI-EDM 700 Engine monitor with fuel flow data, shared with GNS530W (2019)
ELT: Artex ME-406
Hot prop (brand new blades 2019, 5 hrs since new)
LED landing lights
Built in oxygen (tank renewed 6 years ago)
CESSNA TU-206G TURBO STATIONAIR TKS
Nice and recently renewed Cessna TU206G.
Good useful load, 6 seats, stable and easy to fly.
IFR equiped, TKS deice, built-in oxygen system.
Perfect for IFR travel in Europe.
Great ability for short/soft terrain
Airplane time state TT : 2612 hours (subject to change, aircraft in use)
Engine Continental TSIO-520-M : 150 SMOH by RAM aircraft
Propeller MacCauley : 150 hours SMOH
All accessories 150 hours SMOH or SNEW
Oxygen bottle tested in 2018
Interior totally renewed in 2016, Seats in grey leather New beige headliner : 9/10
Exterior totally renewed in 2016, the entire airframe has been dismantled, inspected, alodined and paint. Very good aspect, No corrosion
New windshield, windows and seals (2015)
PFD : Aspen 1000 pro
Garmin 530 WAAS
Garmin 430 WAAS
Garmin GTX 330 Mode S transponder
Autopilot STEC 55
EDM 830 with fuel flow option
Backup turn and slip Indicator
CO detector Guardian
Skywatch TAS (to be overhauled)
ECK 406 ELT
Options Flint Tip Tank, total capacity 106 gallons,endurance 7 hours + VFR reserve.
CAV TKS deice system (propeller, wings, struts and stabilizers)
Sat weather receptor Golze ADL 140
EZ engine preheater
Bruce cabin cover
Always hangared, No Damage History
Only private flights by owner, no school or aerial work. 3th owner since new.
VAT free with IM4
Last 100 hours/annual : november 2019
TAS 140 [email protected]@65% (14,5 GPH)
Ceiling FL 250
Empty weight 2389lbs
about 1 month