All of you that have identified the A/C in question as the 767 AST
and the first 767 off the line are absolutely correct, as I'm sure you know.
I post this only to dispel any doubts about it...I work at VCV
and we store it. I don't know what will become of this aircraft, it is useless for anything other than its mission. It is in the experimental catagory (duh!) and supposedly never had a transport airworthiness certificate. It has 4000 hrs/TTAF. They are very sensitive about keeping it covered, it still has the optical equipment installed in the hump.