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820SMOH Many mods including 201 cowl, NEW windshield, one-piece belly, Gami's, JPI engine analyzer, 
Rayjay Turbo with intercooler, spin on oil filter, electric trim, on-wing mechanical fuel guages, 
stereo 4-place intercom, wingtips with strobes, etc. This was made when Aerostar owned the company 
and it's one of the 12 scorpion tail Mooneys made. Located in South Lake Tahoe, CA. $105k

 

 

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820SMOH Many mods including 201 cowl, NEW windshield, one-piece belly, Gami's, JPI engine analyzer, Rayjay Turbo with intercooler, spin on oil filter, electric trim, on-wing mechanical fuel guages, stereo 4-place intercom, wingtips with strobes, etc. This was made when Aerostar owned the company and it's one of the 12 scorpion tail Mooneys made. Located in South Lake Tahoe, CA. $120k

 
 
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That’s weird. I see it after the Lake Tahoe address.


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I find the lack of formatting ability on this forum quite frustrating. Not sure if it's something I'm doing or not doing but I couldn't arrange pics or format type.
This has been a great plane - my second F model. My first one had no turbo and I found that put me in potentially dangerous situations with all the over-mountain flying I was doing at the time. I no longer commute so I have no reason to fly her like she should be flown. Hopefully I can find her a nice new home!

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I love that retro color scheme and was always fond of the stinger tail.
I’ve never seen the rudder trim tab(if that’s what it is). Why would they not put it parallel to air flow?  I would love to find one of these in the project plane price range, I didn’t know only twelve were out there either 

Good luck!! What a pretty bird!  

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2 hours ago, M20 Ogler said:

The certified factory planes have been stuck on the “swoopy ribbons” paint themes since 1996, that was almost 30 years ago now yikes 

The "swoopy ribbons" '96 you may be referring to must have been repainted at some point.

From 1992 through the end of the 90's they had a very straight striped scheme (picture of '96 Bravo in link below)

https://www.dropbox.com/s/8imxm3flfbxhotb/N9153Z thangar.jpeg?dl=0

 

this one is from around 2000 to 2004 (picture of 2000 Ovation in link below)

https://www.dropbox.com/s/z9xk0h7jce9mzy6/N312D left side.jpg?dl=0

 

the "swoopy ribbons" started about when the DX/GX Ovations and Bravos were out starting in around 2005 (Picture of 2005 Bravo in link below)

https://www.aircraft.com/aircraft/1325177/n994us-2005-mooney-m20m-gx-bravo

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