In the early 2000's, there was a warehouse find of a massive overstock allotment of Plastirama G.I. Joe toys from Argentina. These toys were massively imported to the U.S. as toy dealers bought them for nothing and resold them for a substantial mark ups. All those "rare" Satan and Ninja Ku figures exist in massive quantities and sat unsold for $30-$50 for a MOC figure for years. Remember that when you're looking to drop $1,000 on one today.
Some vehicles came over, too. They were less common than the figures, most likely because they were more expensive to import and collectors of the day didn't have nearly the interest in vehicles that they did in figures. Among the vehicles released by Plastirama was the Bridge Layer.
The Bridge Layer has always been a fun toy just because it's practical. It's not exciting or flashy. But a toy that does a job and does it well is always worthwhile to have around. You can see there are coloring differences between the Plastirama release and the Hasbro release.
Now, Plastirama vehicles have gotten hard to find and expensive. This Bridge Layer shows that the foreign releases had some differences. But, in general, were often pretty close to Hasbro toys in terms of colors.