Wells Robinson, published at EDT 12: 56 on March 16, 2014, was Updated at EDT 13: 25 on March 16, 2014, and his friends kept telling him that it would never take off.
But in the face of those who doubt him, the 52-year-old Farmer Li Housheng is determined to get his makeshift helicopter off the ground.
He started building twins.
Last year, the rota aircraft used the engine of the agricultural motorcycle in the home of Ganzhou Village, Baitang Township, Miluo city, China. The skeleton was made of angle iron and stainless steel, and each rotor was only welded by four steel plates.
It even includes the throttle, clutch and joystick, all of which come from an agricultural motorcycle.
According to Li, the helicopter recently completed a test flight, and the fuselage jumped at an astonishing 40 cm from the ground.