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    Lets all go diveing for our next parts =)

    Lets set up a dive meet in about lets say 2 weeks =) i call the nose section.

    http://www.dive.bc.ca/boeing-737/boeing-737_wreck.html

    enjoy..
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    Nah Luke,
    Good luck in getting the nose off lol., I was actually there when they were sinking her.Its about 30 min from my house. I watched them load it onto a barge and take it to where they sunk her, quite a sight.

    Tim
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    500+ This must be a daytime job


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    Nice. I should make a note to add this to my list of things to do when I go to Canada. Should make for a nice memorable dive.

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    Sorry but I find this crazy, not because of the lost cockpit (lol) but the whole idea.
    Marine life would certainly be better off without any kind of human intervention.
    Why putting tons of aluminum to be corroded by salt water with whatever effect it can have eventually on this environment.
    Do not want to start a debate...my 1/2 cent only!!.
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