Aerolineas Argentinas recently put up for sale several of its retired 737-200's and 747-200's. The airline has more than a dozen such aircraft parked at Buenos Aires Ezeiza (EZE) and other locations with most apparently being too derelict to fly again. The examples being offered for sale are presumably airworthy or can at least be used for spare parts.
Aircraft were available for viewing at Buenos Aires Ezeiza (EZE) between 30Jun14 and 04Jul14 with offers being accepted at Aerolineas' headquarters until 14Jul14.
The specific aircraft are:
LV-MLO 747-287B (c/n 21725/349) delivered to AR on 13Jan79
LV-MLR 747-287B (c/n 21727/404) delivered to AR on 26Oct79
LV-JTO 737-287 (c/n 20537/291) delivered to AR on 23Dec71
LV-ZEC 737-236 (c/n 21796/648) delivered to British Airways on 07Apr80 and joined AR on 23Jun98
LV-ZYG 737-236 (c/n 21795/645) delivered to British Airways on 20Mar80 and joined AR on 20Nov01. This is the same aircraft that was painted in Aerolineas Argentinas' newest colors, displayed in the Tecnopolis technological fair, moved to the Moron Airport & Air Base and painted in a modified scheme with "Sudamerican Airlines" titles for a TV show.
LV-ZZI 737-236 (c/n 23166/1067) delivered to British Airways on 13Dec84 and joined AR on 15Jul03