Aruba does have a few planes scrapped there.
There is a DC-3 on display in front of the airport entry on the street.
Another DC-3 is on the airport in the back, there's a ex Aruba Air DC-9 in the back without engines, a private DC-9 (red and white, again without engines) and they all have been there for 5+ years.
Plus one Jetstar II
I think which is mounted near the golf ball looking dome (windshear monitor?) and it has one flat tire.
Other than that, there are a few aircrafts sunken under water. The story of 2 of them is that they were caught with drugs in it, the planes were impounded and sunken.
There are 2 cessna's, one single and one twin.
Plus a 4 radial engine aircraft which the rudder was still moving by the water currents since it was put there, last seen was on 1997 when I went scuba diving there. Since the hurricane that came close to Aruba, that plane is prob washed away (from what I heard, plus SEA
scuba ceased operations and they were the ones with the exclusive rights to that wreck)