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  1. I'm impressed with the amount of knowledge that gets disseminated and how fast it occurs! Im learning more on this forum then my weeks researching online myself.. Thanks again for all the feedback. I decided to hold off on the M20C and informed the seller, only due to the fact that we really should get an F to accomplish our mission after hearing from you all. I'll be posting on the classified section, but if anyone knows of a reasonably priced F model I'd be happy hear about it!
  2. Thank for for all the quick replies and sharing the knowledge. I'm waiting to hear back from the seller about the missing years and lack of flying post overhaul. Will definitely follow up with a Mooney technician pre buy now with whatever aircraft we choose. But, it sounds like I should be looking for an F model if our intent is to haul 4 young adults. To answer a few of the questions asked: We are based in MS. We all have at a minimum 100+ hours each in duel jet engine retractable gear aircraft and aingle engine turbo prop retractable gear aircraft. Some in GA single piston a
  3. I am new to the group and new to GA and have a question about a 1969 Mooney M20C I am looking to purchase. First of all, let me preface by stating my mission is to haul myself and fellow young air force pilots on short cross country trips on the weekends. With that in mind, looking for something that can travel in the max 400-500 mile range, that's relatively fast, budget friendly, and has a decent useful load. I have found a mooney m20c and am working with the seller to close on it but had some questions about the aircraft logs that I figured I'd ask on here about to try and get some g
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