Possibly only one more coat of poly and it's a done deal. I did one of these a few years ago and gave it to Toys for Tots and started building a couple more, which sat for the last few years. Well, awhile back I got to thinking if I could get one done and raffle it off how many kids I could help out, rather than just one. Well stupid me, I go to the local hardware store and open my big mouth about them raffling the plane off and 100% of the money would go to Angel Tree (right in the middle of hunting season of course) and the young lady kinda running the place now gladly says that she'll run the raffle for me. My only request to her was that I wanted the money to be spent locally if possible. This one did end up having a couple flaws in it, but I think it turned out pretty nice.