1962 Mooney M20C Located in the Atlanta West Metro TT: 4699 TBO:2699 Useful load: 899 LB This Mooney was previously owned by Pat Epps and the maintained by the maintenance department at Epps Aviation. The aircraft was re-manufactured at the Mooney factory in Texas in 2003. The engine, prop, panel, fuel tanks, and the interior were all re-done. The exterior was also repainted as well as the inside of the fuselage. I purchased the aircraft last Christmas and have put over 150 hours on it this year. It has all the gap seals and all J model mods. Avionics Garmin 430 non-waas King 155 nav/com King HSI King glide slope indicator King transponder Stec-50 autopilot (3 axis and approach mode) Engine TT:2699, oil changes every 50 hours and oil analysis. All Compression 73 or better last annual. No ADs. Prop TT:2699, has a slight grease leak on one blade No ADs Last annual Fresh tires on all gear. Prop governor was overhauled. AD for gear rigging was performed. Gear rigging was intolerance. New cable for the cowl flaps due to old cable fraying. Squawks One of the prop blades has a grease leak around the hub. Altitude hold on the autopilot will not work below degrees 40F. Looking for two partners in 1/4 shares. Aircraft is based at 20GA and will NOT be re-located since myself and the new partner are close to the current airport. Looking to sell each share at $12,500. Monthly cost at the current airport would be $200 a month per share and a run cost of $35 an hour. Gas is currently $3.58 a gallon. Also, the airport has a mechanic on site that does the work on the plane. Current insurance requires the following, IR rating, 750 total time, 150 in retracts, and 10 hours in make and model. If you do not have this a checkout by a CFI that meets this requirement is required. If you have any other questions let me know.