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Hello fellow Mooniacs,

If you're looking for a knowledgeable Mooney IA/Mechanic in the SoCal area, DM me for further information.

This gentleman has over 15 years of Mooney specific experience and has worked at 2 MSC's. He holds several certifications from Mooney (Kerville, TX) on various systems and procedures. He has in depth knowledge on all model Mooney aircraft and troubleshooting skills that are to die for!

My experience over the past 5 years has been nothing short of exceptional. He is very meticulous, detail oriented, super flexible, and reasonably priced.

I know it can be hard to come across a trustworthy and knowledgeable mechanic at a decent rate. Just thought I would pass this along and help others in the Mooney community. 

Happy and safe flying!!
 

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2 hours ago, bonal said:

Since your only sharing high marks for this IA why not just post his information on the thread.

At many airports it'd be illegal (per the local municipality) for a mechanic to work on the field without first purchasing quite expensive insurance, plus getting approved by the municipality.   I don't agree with 98% of these policies, but if I were a specialist IA willing to travel for work, I wouldn't want my name plastered about.

Sorry about the soapbox speech, but people need to be cognizant about how problematic these municipality ordinances can be around the country for mechanics, particularly the good ones.

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55 minutes ago, Tom said:

At many airports it'd be illegal (per the local municipality) for a mechanic to work on the field without first purchasing quite expensive insurance, plus getting approved by the municipality.   I don't agree with 98% of these policies, but if I were a specialist IA willing to travel for work, I wouldn't want my name plastered about.

Sorry about the soapbox speech, but people need to be cognizant about how problematic these municipality ordinances can be around the country for mechanics, particularly the good ones.

Learn something every day THX Tom

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2 hours ago, Tom said:

At many airports it'd be illegal (per the local municipality) for a mechanic to work on the field without first purchasing quite expensive insurance, plus getting approved by the municipality.   I don't agree with 98% of these policies, but if I were a specialist IA willing to travel for work, I wouldn't want my name plastered about.

Sorry about the soapbox speech, but people need to be cognizant about how problematic these municipality ordinances can be around the country for mechanics, particularly the good ones.

 

1 hour ago, bonal said:

Learn something every day THX Tom

Bonal,

In addition to everything Tom said, when I owned a Bonanza, I had a fairly annoying experience when posting my A&P's information on the Beech Forums. He started receiving various types of spam email and random phone calls. I decided to do it this way to protect his personal information and allow those who are truly interested in an experienced Mooney mechanic to benefit.

-Derek

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