With a little planning and a little ingenuity, you can build a plane in less than an hour, according to the American Mechanical Association.
The Association’s International Machine Building Competition is taking place this year in the U.K. and in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and South Korea.
And, if you’re interested in learning how to build a mechanical airplane, the International Machine Builders Association is holding a free workshop this weekend to get you started.
“We hope to see many more of you at this event,” the association wrote in an email.
The competition will feature three planes, each weighing in at nearly 1,500 pounds, that will have to be assembled in a single day.
One of the planes will be the “American” model of the machine, while the other two will be “Boeing” and “Bosch” airplanes.
The machines will have different engines, different body parts, and will be driven by different kinds of pistons.
The winning plane will have the same number of seats as the second plane, but will have a higher price tag.
The American model will cost $5,000 and the “Boesch” plane will cost an additional $3,000.
The final price of both planes will vary depending on the size of the plane.
The two models are available for pre-order now.
Check out the first-ever plane from the International Mechanical Association Competition.