The 1963 Mooney M20C Mark 21 is the first and only aircraft currently owned by the Mesquite Metro Flying Club. Our C model sports a Garmin GTN 750 GPS, STEC-20 Autopilot, and various digital engine monitors including EGT, CHT, fuel flow, tach, and even digital OAT. It is also a lean cross country machine. With various speed mods installed including wing root fairings, cowling mods, and gap seals, it can cruise over 140 knots TAS @ 9.8 gallons per hour. After market fuel bladders are installed, increasing total fuel capacity to 54.8 gallons of 100LL, giving the aircraft a range in excess of 550nm, and max useful load of 894lbs. If you have never flown a Mooney before, you will be impressed by the precision of the flight controls, and ease of flight at all flight speeds. This aircraft is one of the quickest, most efficient, and affordable to operate cross country aircraft money could buy!
N6867U - 1963 Mooney M20C Mark 21
- 1963 Mooney M20C Mark 21, known as a classic or short body Mooney.
- 4 seats
- 2 place intercom, with expansion cables for all 4 seats.
- Cruise Speed: 144mph IAS (125kt IAS)
- Top Speed: 188 mph IAS (162 kt IAS)
- Range: 567 nm – 650 nm
- Max Gross Weight: 2575 lbs
- Max Useful Load: 894 lbs
- Fuel Capacity: 54.8 US Gal 100LL
- Engine: Lycoming O-360-A1C
- Horsepower: 180
- Takeoff Power Fuel Burn: 17 GPH
- Cruise Power Fuel Burn: 9.8 GPH
- Service Ceiling: 14,000ft MSL
- Garmin GTN 750 GPS\NAV\COM
- Garmin GDL 88 ADS-B In & Out
- Full ADS-B functionality, with all data viewable on the GTN 750 display.
- Narco AT165 TSO Transponder
- STEC-20 Roll-Axis autopilot
- JPI EDM 700 Digital Engine Monitor
- Digital Tachometer
- Dual PTT
- 201 Style Windscreen Mod
- Gap Seals Mod
- Wing Root Fairings Mod
- Powerflow Exhaust Mod
- Johnson bar manual retract\extend landing gear