Well, this is a hovercraft. For those of you who are looking for a rideable or remote-controlled hovercraft, look somewhere else. This is meant for people who are not yet into radio control (like yours truly) or for people who don't want to make a life sized one, but there are plans out there for free or... well, not free. This is a small hovercraft that will go and hover. If you want it to stop when the front of it hits something, i can show you how to do that. or not. whatever.
If you don't know what a hovercraft is, it will not rise above your head and float in the air. Motors inflate a plastic bag underneath, so it does float off the ground, but something is touching the ground. But only barely. The air then seeps out between the skirt and the ground, making it almost frictionless. That's why it doesn't require very much power.
Even if you have none of the parts at all, it should cost under 30$, and i can give you links for some of the parts. Remember, this is what I did, so you can leave ma a comment if you can't find a part, and hopefully I can help you.
You might also notice that I have two hovercrafts, one completely broken with all the parts taken off, and another shiny one that I'm working on as I make this instructable. The broken one is one that I made before, then someone stepped on it.
It is a completely original design, at least i didn't get the plans from anywhere. It doesn't require very much time. I should stop talking now and move on. Even though I have a lot more to say. Which I will say later.