In fact this is F-84G K-167 with K-85 on the fin. Whether the fin is wrongly painted or the fin of K-85 was fitted is not known. By 2019 this aircraft was still preserved at Eindhoven, but with its correct identity on the fin.
This Thunderstreak was modified to look more like a Mirage V to accommodate firecrew training. They even gave it an existing Mirage serial (BA07, crashed in 1978). The badge on the tail is from 10W. The aircraft is now on display at a museum in Peer, and is being restored to a real Streak.
A long-time resident at Eindhoven Air Base. This Thunderjet has been here since the mid 1950s, initially for rescue training. At first it was painted as "K-85 / TC-1", and later as "K-85 / TB-1", but when it was discovered that it wasn't the real K-85, the markings were corrected to show its real identity, as seen here.