You’re all getting warmer, but you’re not there yet. Yes, there are two sets of vision blocks (you can see that in the first photo I posted too, BTW), but no, there isn’t a vehicle behind the one in the photo.
M-114, they were tiny and cramped but I can't remember where the motor was mounted. The last pic shows the trim vane from a 113A1 too. The M-113 family all had the motor next to the driver on his right.
It’s the Dutch version of the vehicle the Canadians call the Lynx, but for some reason that one is a lot better-known even though they only had about half as many as “we” did. I think I need to do some research to get the facts right and make the Wikipedia page on it a bit more balanced.
Interesting, not food and not living things......horizontally symmetrical sides are a teaser, as are the ladders on the end, but can’t see it clearly enough to determine the opening mech. So going for a macabre idea out of left field, is it a wagon for transporting dead bodies for burial?