USS New York
Here she is
the USS New York, made from part of the World Trade Center!!
Notice the twin towers on top. 6.8 tons of the steel used in the
ship's construction came from the rubble of the World Trade Center
which represents less than one thousandth of the total weight of the
ship. The steel was melted down at Amite Foundry and Machine in
Amite, Louisiana, to cast the ship's bow section. It was poured into
the molds in September 2003 to form the ship's "stem bar" (part of
the ship's bow).