Are you sure? I thought the first 737-100 was at Boeing field, being used as the JSF avionics testbed. Perhaps that plane is the first -200. Actually, if you live close to Seattle, you should go down to Boeing Field. There you'll see the first 737-100 or 200, 1st 747 in original colors, 1st 757 trying its hardest to look like a F-22, 1st 767 with a big bubble on its back, and the prototype 767-400ER. Also, if its sunny out (a rarity, I know) drive up to Everett, and hopefully the doors will be open so you can see the 1st 777 sitting in the Eastern-most hanger, being retrofitted for Cathay. Then drive just down the road to the entrance to Paine Field, and take a look at the 1st 727 sitting outside there.
Honor the warriors, not the war.