Most creative ways to recycle a plane

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jso

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Number 5 is pretty cool, but they should have left it in its original paint job (with the warning signs etc). To me it just looks like a big bit of metal that could be any interior design creation.
 

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This thread just reminded me of something related I was going to ask:

I just came back from Bali a few days ago, and ca. 2 kms south of the airport on Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai, heading towards Nusa Dua, on the left hand side, there is a white 737 (-300 I am pretty sure) parked between some houses. The tail sticking out to the road, I looked it up on Google Maps (search for these coordinates: -8.765255,115.17866) and it has been moved from where it is located in the satellite image. It is fully assembled, with wings and engines, and standing on its own wheels. How the h**l did it get there, and what is it doing there?
 

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This thread just reminded me of something related I was going to ask:

I just came back from Bali a few days ago, and ca. 2 kms south of the airport on Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai, heading towards Nusa Dua, on the left hand side, there is a white 737 (-300 I am pretty sure) parked between some houses. The tail sticking out to the road, I looked it up on Google Maps (search for these coordinates: -8.765255,115.17866) and it has been moved from where it is located in the satellite image. It is fully assembled, with wings and engines, and standing on its own wheels. How the h**l did it get there, and what is it doing there?

I could speculate about Lion Air....
 
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