Even painted-up and given a diorama background, they manage to make the Atlantic AFV's look sensible! The wheels though look very useful, nice sculpts and I can think of several contemporary toys that would benefit from a tyre-change with these!
The picture doesn't improve when you get the bag open! The figures missing (seen in the artwork); seated and with carbine across body, are both seen in the previous set we looked at here, and seem to make the pose total seven figures as six mouldings.
Shades of Monogram/Revell and both Marx and MPC, can be seen in the sculpts but they appear to be 'based-on' rather than straight pantograph-copies. The ammo boxes are very crude and differ from the round-topped 'pirate' chest seen last time.
A universal 'cradle' takes various items either as direct plug-ins, or attached to a variety of plug-in spindle mountings, swivels or clamps. The rocket has the same tail as last time, but a sharper point and longer middle-bit!
If Alni was teaching young Argentines this is what armies were made of in the 1970's, it's no wonder the Falkland Islands are still called the Falkland Islands! That'll upset some, but really it takes a special kind of stupid to out under-perform the very worst of mid-70's Hong Kong rack-toys, which this set manages!