The box art shows us getting six barrels, 16 jerry cans, some stowage and a bucket. Let's see how much we actually get...
I got a bit carried away when I purchased this kit, and began assembling the barrels right away. We do get two sprues of accessories and an instruction sheet. This very well could have come with an ad for other 1:48 Tamiya kits, but if it did I have already tossed it out.
Here is a close up of one of the sprues. Though not pictured correctly, each sprue comes with enough parts to make six barrels; three American and three German. There are enough parts to build 16 jerry cans and 20 pieces of vehicle stowage.
The instructions are pretty straight forward, giving general info on the front and assembly instructions on the back. Note that there is a big difference between the American and German barrel. I didn't pay attention to what I was doing and assembled them some incorrectly. The lids are not interchangable and do not fit on each other well. Also, the jerry cans are 3 parts each; two halves and a handle. The handle is thin and fiddly and the cans take care to assemble correctly.
Here is a shot of a sprue with an Amazon Miniatures 25mm/ 28mm Secrets of the Shadow Reich figure and a 1:48 Lindberg Tiger I.
And here is a close up with just the Amazon figure.
Here we see the lovely Greta posing with a collection of the barrels. They look a bit small next to the model due to the thickness of her base. She is based on a Litko 25mm round.
And finally a close up of the jerry cans.
Again, the Tamiya kit gives you about double what is pictured on the packaging. It comes with tons of pieces for customizing and detailing vehicles in all kinds of genres, or anything else you'd want to use them for. This kit really is a good value.