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1999 SCREAMING EAGLE - $180.000 or 160k€

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Hello!

I guess I'm in the right place to sell my Screaming Eagle Mooney! 

310HP STC conversion:rolleyes:.Total Time : 1700 h;  Engine (2017)210 h : 4 blades Propeller : 210h

Equipment : GPS-Nav/com Avidyne IFD540 Wass, Nav/Com Bendix King KX155A, Mode S Transpondeur GTX 330, EDM830, remote ELT arming panel, Audio panel selector PMA7000S, A/P S-TEC 30 & S-TEC 901 for GPS Steering mode,  HSI S-TEC 180, stormscope BF Goodrich WX500.

Usable fuel capacity 89 USG; Speed Brakes; Always hangared:wub: , External aspect rated 8/10, internal 9/10.

Don't hesitate to ask for more information!

As I live in France, I might have a jetlagged response time, sorry in advance for that (and for my English :unsure:).  

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English looked pretty good to me. Sounds like a great plane, although out of my price range. Do you have any pictures to post on here? 

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Pretty sure its this one. I remember finding this one looking for a partnership when I was looking for My Eagle as It was the only one with a 4 blade and the only one in france.
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On 4/11/2019 at 10:49 PM, FlyOpen said:

Hello!

I guess I'm in the right place to sell my Screaming Eagle Mooney! 

310HP STC conversion:rolleyes:.Total Time : 1700 h;  Engine (2017)210 h : 4 blades Propeller : 210h

Equipment : GPS-Nav/com Avidyne IFD540 Wass, Nav/Com Bendix King KX155A, Mode S Transpondeur GTX 330, EDM830, remote ELT arming panel, Audio panel selector PMA7000S, A/P S-TEC 30 & S-TEC 901 for GPS Steering mode,  HSI S-TEC 180, stormscope BF Goodrich WX500.

Usable fuel capacity 89 USG; Speed Brakes; Always hangared:wub: , External aspect rated 8/10, internal 9/10.

Don't hesitate to ask for more information!

As I live in France, I might have a jetlagged response time, sorry in advance for that (and for my English :unsure:).  

Hi, votre anglais est plus parfait.  (See my french is appalling!). Looks like a lovely plane.  You might want to consider letting Willem at Aeroskill Mastenbroek know you are selling it, he is the Dutch MSC and has a large network of contacts, so could help you.

Andrew de Londres.

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Just now, Mcstealth said:

Is this one of the 1000lbs or more  useful load Eagles?

Im sure this one has at least 1150lbs. Mt prop is only 54lbs vs the normal 80lbs prop.

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On 4/15/2019 at 11:06 PM, Niko182 said:

Im sure this one has at least 1150lbs. Mt prop is only 54lbs vs the normal 80lbs prop.

Should I assume that the plane had a gear up or something similar because of the new engine and new prop are the same hours? Or, maybe, it was time and the owner wanted to upgrade both at the same time? 

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Should I assume that the plane had a gear up or something similar because of the new engine and new prop are the same hours? Or, maybe, it was time and the owner wanted to upgrade both at the same time? 

No, I overhauled both at same time, engine was on condition, prop and governor was just because it’s been 10 years and it was already off the plane.


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4 hours ago, Mcstealth said:

Should I assume that the plane had a gear up or something similar because of the new engine and new prop are the same hours? Or, maybe, it was time and the owner wanted to upgrade both at the same time? 

A lot of people do the screaming eagle upgrade when they overhaul the engine. Makes it easier cause the prop is coming off anyway. So just throw one the mt and have the gov and fuel flow adjusted while the overhaul is happening.

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