I did a bit of research, and I believe it might be this one
or this one
First plane: Unless the airfleets.net site is way out of date, that plane is supposedly in storage at Mojave, CA.
Second plane: Registered as N774WD. Google search indicates owner is WDL Aviation, a German airline, but FAA registry shows owner is West Dover LLC, New York.
A January, 2005 news article in the Washington Post suggests the plane could be delivered to a start-up airline.
"SkyLink reported it has raised more than $15 million from investors and hired the Lehman Brothers financial firm to raise up to $160 million more. It plans to buy its first three 767s from West Dover LLC, a company owned by Lehman Brothers. West Dover will finance the $26.9 million purchase. SkyLink plans to have a fleet of eight wide-body jets by the end of the year.
"The company also must pick a new carrier name: It will give up "SkyLink" to avoid a trademark dispute with a Canadian travel firm known as SkyLink Aviation Inc."
FlightAware has no record of N774WD with any IFR flight plan. But, as we know, if the plane flies for an airline, the N-number is not used.
I need to do more research, but thanks for the initial leads.