One of the greatest single engine piston aircraft – Mooney M20 History and Prices

 

Year Model Serial # Description No. built Factory price
1948 M18 Mite 02 to 12 25hp Crosley auto engine — later converted to Lycoming 65hp O-145. Single place. Mite features listed here at Dave Rutherford’s Mitesite.
Mite #1 was N3199K, now hanging at Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC.
Mite #3 was N3159K, now at Sun ‘n Fun Museum in Florida.
11 $1,995
1949 M18L Mite 02 to 67 Lycoming 0-145-B2. Single place. Michael Bolinger’s N246MM. Early Mite panel. 66 $2,795
1950 M18L Mite 68 to 82 Lycoming 0-145-B2. Single place.. 15 $2,795
1950 M18C Mite 201 to 240 Continental A65-12 or -8. Single place. 40 $2,965
1951 M18LA Mite 101 to 114 Lycoming 0-145-B2. Gross weight increase from 780lb. to 850 lb. Maneuvering, max structural cruising, flaps extended speeds increased to match M-18C Mite. Single place. Photo of N60MM. 14 $2,965
1951 M18C Mite 241 to 249 Continental A65-12 or -8. Single place. 9 $2,965
1952 M18LA Mite 115 to 135 Lycoming 0-145-B2. Single place. 21 $2,995
1952 M18C Mite 250 to 277 Continental A65-12 or -8. Single place. Christopher Byrd’s N4075V. 28 $2,965
1953 M18LA Mite 136 to 145 Lycoming 0-145-B2. Also known as “Wee Scotsman.” Single place. 10 $2,840 – $3,029
1953 M18C Mite 278 to 299 Continental A65-12 or -8. Also known as “Wee Scotsman.” Single place. Steve McGuire’s restored N85PM was the first aircraft produced in 1953. 22 $2,965
1954 M18C Mite 300 to 322 Continental A65-12 or -8. Single place. Vernon Flacksberth’s N4147. 23 $2,965
1955 M18C55 Mite 323 to 357 Continental A65-12 or -8. High-canopy models. Single place. 35 $2,965
1955 M20 Mark 20 1001 to 1010 Lycoming 0-320 (150HP). Wood wing. Four place. 10 $12,500
1956 M20 Mark 20 1011 to 1061 Lycoming 0-320 (150HP). Wood wing. Four place. 51 $15,590A
1957 M20 Mark 20 1062 to 1166 Lycoming 0-320 (150HP). Wood wing. Four place. 105 $15,950A
1958 M20 Mark 20 1167 to 1200 Lycoming O-320 (150HP). Wood wing. Four place. 34 $
1958 M20A Mark 20A 1201 to 1303 Lycoming 0-360-A1A (180 HP). Wood wing. Four place. 103 $14,750 – $17,656A
1959 M20A Mark 20A 1304 to 1534 Lycoming 0-360-A1A (180 HP). Wood wing. Four place. Thomas Jaekel’s D-EMRG in its hangar in Germany. 231 $15,450
1960 M20A Mark 20A 1535 to 1700 Lycoming 0-360-A1A (180 HP). Wood wing. Four place. 165 $

All aircraft manufactured to this point had wings and tail made of wood covered with fabric (the body cage was always steel, with aluminum skin).
Aircraft after S/N 1701 had metal wings and tail.

* Master models in the following table were fixed landing gears.

Year Model Serial # Description No. built Factory price
1961 M20B Mark 21 1701 to 1924 Lycoming 0-360-A1A (180 HP) or -A1D (impulse coupled mags). Four place. 223 $15,995 – $18,000A
1962 M20C Mark 21 1940 to 2276 Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). Click here for detailed change list in C model. Four place. 336 $15,995 – $19,000A
1963 M20C Mark 21 2297 to 2622 Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). Four place. 328 $20,000A
1963 M20D Master 101 to 200* Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). Four place. 100 $13,995
1964 M20C Mark 21 2623 to 2806 Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). Four place. 183 $21,000A
1964 M20D Master 201 to 251* Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). Four place. Chris Nowak’s N1916Y. 51 $15,814
1964 M20E Super 21 101 to 469 Lycoming I0-360-A1A(200 HP). Bendix fuel injection. Altitude power boost. Four place. 366 $18,450 – $22,000A
1965 M20C Mark 21 2807 to 3184 Lycoming O-360-AlD(180 HP). Positive Control (PC). Four place. 379 $22,000A
1965 M20D Master 252 to 259* Lycoming 0-36O-AlD(180 HP). Four place. 8 $
1965 M20E Super 21 470 to 831 Lycoming I0-360-A1A(200 HP). Bendix fuel injection. Altitude power boost. Positive Control (PC). Four place. Colin Bitterfield’s N3218S exterior and panel. 363 $23,000A
1966 M20C Mark 21 3185 to 3466 Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). Positive Control (PC). Four place. 280 $23,000A
1966 M20D Master 260 only Lycoming 0-360-AlD(180 HP). Four place. 1 $
1966 M20E Super 21 832 to 1301 Lycoming IO-360-A1A(200 HP). Bendix fuel injection. Altitude power boost. Positive Control (PC). Four place. 473 $24,000A
1966 M20F Executive 660001 to 660003 Lycoming IO-360-A1A(200 HP). Fuselage extended by 1′, cabin by 10″. Bendix fuel injection. Altitude power boost. Positive Control (PC). Four place. 3 $21,995
1966 M22 Mustang 660004 to 66006 Lycoming TI0-541-A1A(310 HP). Turbosupercharged, fuel injection, pressurized. PC, power quadrant. Five place. Charles Reeves’ N7735M, from forward and aft. 3 $33,950
1967 M20C Mark 21 670001 to 670149 Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). PC. Four place. 149 $24,000
1967 M20E Super 21 670001 to 670062 Lycoming I0-360-A1A(200 HP). Bendix fuel injection. Altitude power boost. Positive Control (PC). Four place. 62 $25,000A
1967 M20F Executive 670001 to 670539 Lycoming I0-360-A1A(200 HP). Bendix fuel injection. Altitude power boost. Positive Control (PC). Four place. 536 $21,995 – $26,000A
1967 M22 Mustang 670001 to 670004 Lycoming TI0-541-A1A(310 HP). Turbosupercharged, fuel injection, pressurized. PC, power quadrant. Five place. 4 $42,437A
1968 A2-A Cadet B-261 to B-298 Continental C90-16F(90 HP). Aircoupe dual-fin tail. Two place. 38 $8,295
1968 M20C Ranger 680001 to 680198 Lycoming 0-360A1D(180 HP). Replaces Mark 21. Cowl flaps fixed, dorsal fin removed, entrance step fixed, 1-piece windshield. PC. Four place. 198 $25,000A
1968 M20F Executive 680001 to 680206 Lycoming I0-360-A1A(200 HP). Bendix fuel injection. Altitude power boost. Positive Control (PC). 1-piece windshield. Four place. 206 $25,294A
1968 M20G Statesman 680001 to 680164 Lycoming 0-360A1D(180 HP). Long (F model) fuselage, fuel 52 gallons, PC, 1-piece windshield. Four place. 164 $18,790 – $26,000A
1968 M22 Mustang 68001 to 68015 Lycoming TI0-541-A1A(310 HP). Turbosupercharged, fuel injection, pressurized. PC, power quadrant. Five place. 15 $55,584A
1969 M10 Cadet 690003 to 690011 Continental C90-16F(90 HP). Now single-tail. Two place. 9 $11,310A
1969 M20C Ranger 690001 to 690098 Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). Electric gear, flaps. New power quadrant. Dorsal fin removed, entrance step fixed, 1-piece windshield. PC. Four place. 98 $26,000
1969 M20E Chaparral 690001 to 690073 Lycoming I0-360A1A(200 HP). Shortened (by 10″ F model) with electric gear, flaps, PC, 1-piece windshield, 1969 power quadrant. Fuel: 52 gals. Four place. 73 $27,000A
1969 M20F Executive 690003 to 690092 Lycoming I0-360-A1A(200 HP). Bendix fuel injection. Altitude power boost. Positive Control (PC). 1-piece windshield. Four place. 90 $28,000A
1969 M20G Statesman 690001 to 690020 Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). Long (F model) fuselage, fuel 52 gallons, PC, 1-piece windshield. Four place. 20 $26,500A
1969 M22 Mustang 690001 to 690005 Lycoming TIO-541-A1A(310 HP). Turbosupercharged, fuel injection, pressurized. PC, power quadrant. Five place. 5 $
1970 M10 Cadet 700001 to 700050 Continental C90-16F(90 HP). Mooney 1-piece tail. Two place. 50 $12,010A
1970 M20C Ranger 700001 to 700091 Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). 1-piece windshield, PC, electric gear, flaps. Four place. 91 $18,995 – $27,000A
1970 M20E Chaparral 700001 to 700061 Lycoming IO-360-A1A(200 HP). 1-piece windshield, PC, electric gear, flaps. Four place. Brian Wilson’s re-painted N9493V from aft and forward. 61 $28,000A
1970 M20F Executive 700001 to 700072 Lycoming I0-360-A1A(200 HP). 1′ longer cabin, 1-piece windshield, PC, electric gear, flaps, 64 gal. fuel. Four place. 72 $29,000A
1970 M20G Statesman 700001 to 700006 Lycoming 0-360-A1A (180 HP). 1-piece windshield, PC, electric gear, flaps, 52 gal. fuel. Four place. 6 $27,500A
1970 M22 Mustang 700001 to 700006 Lycoming TI0-541-A1A(310 HP). Turbosupercharged, fuel injection, pressurized. PC, power quadrant. Five place. 6 $55,584A
1971 M20C Ranger 20-0001 to 20-0009 Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). Aerostar markings, new air venting for cabin. Four place. 9 $19,995 – $28,000A
1971 M20E Chaparral 21-0001 to 21-0023 Lycoming I0-360-AlA(200 HP). Aerostar markings. New cooling for engine. Four place. 23 $21,995 – $29,000A
1971 M20F Executive 22-0001 to 22-0012 Lycoming I0-360-A1A(200 HP). Only long cabin in 1971, sold as Aerostar 220 Executive. Four place. 12 $23,995 – $30,000A

 

Republic Steel Corp. purchased Mooney Aircraft from Butler Aviation on Oct. 4, 1974 and officially reopened the production line on Jan. 1, 1975.

Year Model Serial # Description No. built Factory price
1974 M20C Ranger 20-0010 to 20-0046 Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). Electric gear & flaps, cowl flaps fixed, no dorsal fin, fixed step, PC. Four place. 36 $30,000A
1974 M20E Chaparral 21-0024 to 21-0060 Lycoming I0-360-A1A(200 HP). Electric gear & flaps, PC, 1-piece windshield. Four place. 37 $31,000A
1974 M20F Executive 22-0013 to 22-0078 Lycoming I0-360-AlA(200 HP). 1′ longer fuselage. Electric gear & flaps, PC, 1-piece windshield. Four place. 66 $32,500A
1975 M20C Ranger 20-1147 to 20-1185 Lycoming 0-360-AlD(180 HP). Electric gear & flaps, cowl flaps fixed, no dorsal fin, fixed step, PC. Four place. 39 $31,000A
1975 M20E Chaparral 21-1161 to 21-1180 Lycoming I0-360-A1A(200 HP). Electric gear & flaps, PC, 1-piece windshield. Four place. 20 $32,500A
1975 M20F Executive 22-1179 to 22-1305 Lycoming I0-360-A1A(200 HP). 1′ longer fuselage. Electric gear & flaps, PC, 1-piece windshield. Four place. 127 $34,500A
1976 M20C Ranger 20-1186 to 20-1218 Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). Electric gear & flaps, cowl flaps fixed, no dorsal fin, fixed step, PC. Four place. 33 $33,000A
1976 M20F Executive 22-1306 to 22-1432 Lycoming I0-360-A1A(200 HP). 1′ longer fuselage. Electric gear & flaps, PC, 1-piece windshield. Four place. 127 $36,500A
1977 M20C Ranger 20-1219 to 20-1243 Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). Electric gear & flaps, cowl flaps fixed, no dorsal fin, fixed step, PC. Four place. 25 $35,000A
1977 M20F Executive 22-1433 to 22-1439 Lycoming I0-360-A1A (200 HP). 1′ longer fuselage. Electric gear & flaps, PC, 1-piece windshield. Four place. 7 $38,500A
1977 M20J 201 24-0001 to 24-0377 Introduction of J model. Lycoming I0-360-A1B6D(200 HP). Drag reduction to F model by Roy LoPresti increases speed by 21 knots. Prop is squared-off; original gear-down 120 mph. Four place. Click here for Mark Napier’s detailed Mooney 201 evolution, starting in 1977. 377 $41,200 – $45,500A
1978 M20C Ranger 20-1244 to 20-1258 Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). End of short-cabin era. Four place. 15 $37,500
1978 M20J 201 24-0378 to 24-0757 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Long fuselage (24’8″ or 7.6m) now standard. Push-pull power controls. Changes from ’77 J model: engine model, fuel selector; panel; landing light mounting; landing gear motor; landing gear speed now 150 mph; prop rounded. Four place. Photo of Jim Murphy’s N201XG with original exterior and a slightly modified panel. 380 $43,500 – $86,675
1979 M20J 201 24-0764 to 24-0900 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). New 1978 configuration. Strengthens cowl flap mounting. Four place. 137 $53,500A
1979 M20K 231 25-0001 to 25-0246 Continental TSI0-360-GB(210 HP). First 6-cylinder engine. Turbocharged with Rajay fixed wastegate. Fuel increased to 75 gallons. Dorsal fin airscoop. Curved wingtips, enclosed lighting. Four place. 246 $51,975
1980 M20J 201 24-0901 to 24-1037 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). New 1978 configuration. Four place. 137 $58,500A
1980 M20K 231 25-0247 to 25-0446 Continental TSI0-360-GB(210 HP). Same configuration as 1979. Four place. 200 $63,500A
1981 M20J 201 24-1038 to 24-1213 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Sculpted wingtips added, 201 number now on tail fin. Four place. 176 $63,500A
1981 M20K 231 25-0447 to 25-0612 Continental TS10-360-GB(210 HP). Soundproofing improved, 231 number on tail fin. Four place. 166 $69,000A
1982 M20J 201 24-1214 to 24-1326 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Double plane door window, sound insulation added. Four place. 113 $68,000A
1982 M20K 231 25-0613 to 25-0717 Continental TS10-360-GB(210 HP). Pressurized mags added, improved exhaust resonator. Four place. 105 $76,000A
1983 M20J 201 24-1327 to 24-1417 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Only change to 1982 was paint design change. Model numbers dropped from tail fin. Four place. 91 $76,000A
1983 M20K 231 25-0718 to 25-0780 Continental TSI0-360-GB(210 HP). Same paint design changes as made to 201. Four place. 63 $85,000A
1984 M20J 201 24-1418 to 24-1499 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Composite 1-piece belly, 2″ power gauges, internally lit instruments. Four place. 82 $123,795A
1984 M20K 231 25-0781 to 25-0841 Continental TSI0-360-LB1(210 HP). Same changes as 1984 201, plus new engine with redsigned fuel distribution, nitrited cylinders, steel belted pistons, new rod design. Four place. 61 $139,915A
1985 M20J 201 24-1500 to 24-1550 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). First wing-mounted speed brakes (Precise Flight). Special Edition introduces upgraded interiors. Four place. 51 $145,640A
1985 M20K 231 25-0842 to 25-0889 Continental TSI0-360-LB1(210 HP). Same changes as 1985 J models. Four place. 48 $169,925A
1986 M20J 201 24-1551 to 24-1588 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Lean Machine and Special Edition marketed. Four place. 38 $145,640
1986 M20K 252 25-1000 to 25-1066 Continental TSI0-360-MB(1) (210 HP). Replaces 231 with intercooled engine, Garrett variable wastegate. First model with curved side window. Also, enclosed landing gear; 28V electrical. Four place. 67 $123,400 – $154,000A
1987 M20J 205 24-3000 to 24-3056 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Features from 252 added to 201: enclosed landing gear; 28V electrical and rounded side windows. Four place. 57 $149,440A
1987 M20J 201 (LM) 24-1589 to 24-1641 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Unchanged from 1986. Four place. 53 $
1987 M20K 252 25-1067 to 25-1157 Continental TSIO-360-MB(1) (210HP). Same as 1986. Four place. 91 $177,500A
1988 M20J 205 24-3057 to 24-3078 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Uses Special Edition interior of 252 — new seats, center armrests. Four place 22 $134,330A
1988 M20J 201 24-1642 to 24-1685 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Last of square-cornered windows. Four place. 44 $102,970A
1988 M20K 252 25-1158 T0 25-1198 Continental TSI0-360-MB(1) (210 HP). FlightSafety training offered. Four place. 41 $179,845A
1988 M20L PFM 26-0001 to 26-0040 Porsche PFM 3200 N03 (217 HP). Porsche 911 derivative engine. Fuselage length adds 20″ and cabin 12″. First of long body aircraft — that becomes standard body in 1999. 40 $142,900
1989 M20J 201 24-3079 to 24-3143 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Curved window corners; 28V electrical, new interior. Four place. Gordon Cowles’ 201 exterior and panel, stock with a KLN89 and Strikefinder added. 65 $129,735A
1989 M20K 252 25-1199 to 25-1220 Continental TSI0-360-MB(1) (210 HP). Same as 1988 model. Four place. 22 $185,825A
1989 M20J 201AT 24-1686 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Trainer with dual brakes; aux power plug; stanby vac; more durable interior. 14V electrical. Four place. 1 $119,900
1989 M2OL PFM 26-0041 Porsche PFM 3200 N03 (217 HP). Last ad for PFM ran in March, 1990. Extra long body. 1 $193,375
1989 M20M TLS 27-0001to 27-0035 Lycoming Tl0-540-AFIA (270 HP). 26’4″ body, rear seats 4″ aft (extra long body introduced in PFM mode). 35 $177,500
1990 M20J 201AT 24-1687 to 24-1706 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Advanced trainer, unchanged from 1989. Four place. 20 $119,900A
1990 M20J 201 24-3144 to 24-3207 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Sold as MSE. New paint design. Four place. 64 $138,000A
1990 M20K 252 25-1221 to 25-1230 Continental TSI0-360-MB(1) (210 HP). Unchanged from 1989. Four place. 10 $203,165A
1990 M20L PFM 26-0042 Porsche PFM 3200N03 (217 HP). Extra long body. Four place. 1 $
1990 M20M TLS 27-0036 to 27-0084 LycomingTI0-540-AFIA (270 HP). Extra long body. Mid-year paint change. Four place. 49 $251,650A
1991 M20J 201 24-3208 to 24-3245 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Sold as MSE and MSE Limited. Four place. 38 $173,460A
1991 M20M TLS 27-0085 to27-0125 Lycoming Tl0-540-AFIA (270 HP). Paint scheme adds 1 extra pinstripe. Extra long body. Four place. 41 $261,720A
1992 M20J MSE 24-3246 to 24-3286 Lycoming IO-360-A3B6D (200 HP). MSE, MSE Limited and AT (Advanced Trainer). 41 $185,000A
1992 M20M TLS 27-0126 to 27-00146 Lycoming TIO-540-AFIA (270 HP). Unchanged from 1991. Extra long cabin 21 $302,090A
1993 M20J MSE 24-3287 to 24-3320 Lycoming IO-360-A3B6D (200 HP). Unchanged from 1992, though AT model disappears. 34 $196,750A
1993 M20M TLS 27-0147 to 27-0173 Lycoming TIO-540-AFIA (270 HP). Same as 1992. Extra long cabin. 27 $241,000 – $334,420
1994 M20J MSE 24-3321 to 24-3354 Lycoming IO-360-A3B6D (200 HP). Same as 1993. 34 $208,915A
1994 M20M TLS 27-0174 to 27-0193 Lycoming TIO540-AFIA (opt. AFIB) — (270 HP). Unchanged from 1993. 19 $340,345A
1994 M20R Ovation 29-0001 to 29-0021 TCM IO-550-G (280 HP). Normally aspirated with large 6-cylinder engine. Flying Magazine’s single-engine plane of the year for 1994. Extra long body. 21 $205,750
1995 M20J MSE 24-3355 to 24-3373 Lycoming IO-360-A3B6D (200 HP). Unchanged from 1994. 19 $211,295
1995 M20M TLS 27-0194 to 27-0208 Lycoming TIO-540-AFIA (opt. AFIB) — (270 HP). Unchanged from 1994. Extra long body. 15 $297,970A
1995 M20R Ovation 29-0022 to 29-0075 TCM IO-550-G (280 HP). Unchanged from 1994. Extra long body. A photo of Norm Clemmer’s N995K flaring and his factory panel. 54 $297,970A
1996 M20J MSE 24-3374 to 24-3393 Lycoming IO-360-A3B6D (200 HP). Unchanged from 1995. 20 $245,705A
1996 M20M TLS 27-0209 to 27-0220 Lycoming TIO-540-AFIB (AFIA for s/n 209, 210). TKS option available. TLS Bravo added. Extra long body. 12 $395,155A
1996 M20R Ovation 29-0076 to 29-0095 TCM IO-550-G (280 HP). TKS also becomes available. Extra long body. 20 $332,915A
1997 M20K 252 25-2001 to 25-2008 TCM TIO-360MB1 (210 HP). Reintroduces 252 with improved engine, 230 pound gross weight increase. 8 $381,900A
1997 M20K Encore 25-2000 and 25-2009 to 25-2017 TCM TIO-360-SB2 (220 HP). Encore model re-introduces 252 10HP+ in engine, 230 pound gross weight increase. 9 $391,900A
1997 M20M Bravo TLS 27-0221 to 27-0240 Lycoming TIO-540-AFIB (270 HP). Unchanged from 1996. Extra long body. Ron Gilbert’s N355RZ exterior, with TKS de-icing. 20 $446,900A
1997 M20R Ovation 29-0096 to 29-0131 TCM IO-550-G (280 HP). Unchanged from 1996. Extra long body. 36 $368,900A
1997 M20J MSE 24-3394 to 24-3412 Lycoming IO-360-A3B6 (200 HP). Unchanged from 1996. 19 $276,550A
1998 M20J Allegro 24-3413 to 24-3431 Lycoming IO-360-A3B6 (200 HP). Renamed J model; last year of production for J body. Click here for Mark Napier’s detailed Mooney 201 evolution, starting in 1977. 19 $286,500A
1998 M20R Ovation 29-0132 to 29-0172 TCM IO-550-G (280 HP). Long body (standard after 1998). 41 $378,900A
1998 M20K Encore 25-2018 to 25-2035 TCM TIO-360-SB2 (220 HP). Uses same body as J model — both discontinued at year-end. 18 $386,900A
1998 M20M TLS Bravo 27-0240 to 27-0257 Lycoming TIO-540-AFIB (270 HP). Long body. Exterior and panel of 1998 model flown by Keith Vasey. 17 $364,950 – $436,700
1999 M20R Ovation 29-0173 to 29-0199 TCM IO-550-G (280 HP). Long body. 27 $384,000
1999 M20M TLS Bravo 27-0258 to 27-0281 Lycoming TIO-540-AFIB (270 HP). Long body. 25 $439,000
1999 M20S Eagle 30-0001 to 30-0039 TCM-IO-550-G (244 HP). Moritz gauges; 2-axis STEC autopilot; 75 gal. tanks. Long body. 39 $319,000
2000 M20R Ovation2 29-0200 to 29-0269, excluding 29-0260 and 29-0268 TCM IO-550-G (280 HP). 2-blade McCauley and 190-knot cruise. Dual Garmin 430s, KFC-225 autopilot, leather interior. Long body. 55 $399,000 – $498,400
2000 M20M TLS Bravo 27-0282 to 27-0310, excluding 27-0304 Lycoming TIO-540-AFIB (270 HP). Dual Garmin 430s; KFC-225 autopilot, leather interior. Long body. 26 $459,000 – $530,800
2000 M20S Eagle 30-0040 to 30-0055 + 30-0057 TCM-IO-550-G (244 HP). Moritz gauges; 2-axis STEC autopilot; 75 gal. tanks. Long body. 19 $299,000 – $437,700
2001 M20R Ovation 2 29-0260, -0268 and 29-0270 to 29-0279 TCM IO-550-G (280 HP). 2-blade McCauley and 190-knot cruise. Dual Garmin (530/430) nav/com/GPS, KFC-225 autopilot, leather interior. Long body. 12 $445,000B
2001 M20M TLS Bravo 27-0304, 27-0311 to 27-0316 Lycoming TIO-540-AFIB (270 HP). Dual Garmin (530/430) nav/com/GPS, KFC-225 autopilot, leather interior. Long body. 7 $505,000B
2001 M20S Eagle 2 30-0056, 30-0058 to 30-0062 Upgrades in 2001 include 3-bladed prop (and 100 lb. gross weight increase); single Garmin GNS430 GPS/Nav/Com; leather interior; rudder trim, ground power plug. Still uses TCM-IO-550-G (244 HP). 6 $360,000B

 

Mooney Aircraft Corporation’s entering Chapter 11 on July 27, 2001 halted production of aircraft that year at 29. The company remained in bankruptcy proceedings until 2004, but AASI purchased the company in April 2002, then renamed itself Mooney Aerospace.Production resumed during 2004 of the Ovation 2 DX and the high performance Bravo DX models. In late 2004 GX models of both the Ovation 2 and Bravo were type-approved became the first glass cockpit Mooney models, using the Garmin GX1000 integrated avionics. These were first delivered in 2005.
Year Model Serial # Description No. built Factory price
2002 Ovation 2 29-0280 to 29-0287 TCM IO-550-G (280 HP). 2-blade McCauley and 190-knot cruise. Dual Garmin (530/430) nav/com/GPS, KFC-225 autopilot, leather interior. 8 $349,500 to $445,000 (mid-year price reduction)
2002 Eagle 2 30-0064 and 30-0065 TCM-IO-550-G (244 HP) with McCauley 3-blade prop. 2 $360,000 to $299,950
2003 Ovation 2 29-0288 to 29-0315 TCM IO-550-G (280 HP). 2-blade McCauley and 190-knot cruise. Dual Garmin (530/430) nav/com/GPS, KFC-225 autopilot, leather interior. 28 $299,450
$384,950 (DX)
2003 TLS Bravo 27-0317 to 27-0323 Lycoming TIO-540-AFIB (270 HP). Dual Garmin (530/430) nav/com/GPS, KFC-225 autopilot, leather interior. 7 $434,950
2003 Eagle 2 30-0063 TCM-IO-550-G (244 HP) with McCauley 3-blade prop. 1  
2004 Ovation 2 29-0316 to 29-0321, 29-0323 to 29-0332, 29-0334 to 29-0335, 29-0337 to 29-0339, 29-0342, 29-0344 to 29-0346, 29-0348, 29-0352 to 29-0353 TCM IO-550-G (280 HP). 2-blade McCauley and 190-knot cruise. Dual Garmin (530/430) nav/com/GPS, KFC-225 autopilot, leather interior. 28 $319,950
$389,950 (DX)
$409,950 (GX)
2004 TLS Bravo 27-0323 to 27-0330 Lycoming TIO-540-AFIB (270 HP). Dual Garmin (530/430) nav/com/GPS, KFC-225 autopilot, leather interior. 8 $439,950 (DX)
$459,950 (GX)
2005 Ovation 2 DX   TCM IO-550-G (280 HP). McCauley 2-blade prop. 1 $397,750
2005 Ovation 2 GX 29-0354 to 29-0407 TCM IO-550-G (280 HP) with Garmin GX1000 glass cockpit. Hartzell 3-blade prop. 64 $438,000
2005 Bravo GX 27-0331 to 27-0350 Lycoming TIO-540-AFIB (270 HP) with Garmin GX1000 glass cockpit. McCauley 3-blade prop. 20 $478,000
2006 Ovation 2 GX   Ovation 2 becomes the 11,000th Mooney shipped by the factory in February, 2006. Mooney hit the 10,000 level in 1995.   $438,000
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