No it's the venerable 1/48th Monogram mold. I purchased the newer Revell pop (visable fuselage version) to get the crew figures. The aftermarket stuff is as follows
1). Verlindens B-17 set
2). Eduard B-17 interior/exterior/flap sets
3). Eduard B-17 Mask set
4). True Details resin wheels
5). True Details Resin Bombarder/Cockpit/Waist Gunners set
6). Eduard engine wire harness set
8). Master .50 metal gun barrels
9). Quickboost resin engines
10). Paragon resin crew access doors/prop goveners and wing intakes/open bombay sets
11). SAC metal landing gear
12.) Kit World decals (doing a 91st bird).
Still have not made up my mind what company to buy the resin bombs from yet. I have already cut and cleaned up all the kit parts and resin stuff but the real work comes when I start to recess the panel lines for kit
I almost sold it all a few months back to pre-order WingScales 1/32nd B-17G, that was almost a huge mistake. Read here for anyone wanting that B-17 or the B-25's and Meteor they were doing in 1/32nd scale http://store.spruebrothers.com/helpdesk/default.aspx?RowID=1201
I also have Revells B-24D/B-26 and Tamiya's Lancaster BI/III that I plan to do the same enhancements on but to a much lesser extent as there just isn't as much aftermarket items for these kits.
The nice part about the F-84F is that the local ANG base has all their past mounts on static display, I have access so it should help a great deal for referance. They also have a F-86 F-30, F-86D, F-102 and A-7D which will be a real goldmine of referance when I get around to building those kits.