Designed to protect the occupants from landmines. Used in Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe) by the Salisbury (Harare) Police Force during the civil war prior to Independence.
This vehicle can be found at the Imperial War Museum North.
When I was last in Manchester, I had some time so I popped over to the Salford Quays to visit the Imperial War Museum North.
They have lots of smaller items and the displays are both fascinating and informative.
They do have a Matilda II infantry tank.
This is a British WW2 infantry support tank, crew of 4, powered by two Leyland 6-cylinder diesel engines, armed with 2pdr gun and machine gun.
This tank served with various Royal Armoured Corps training regiments within Britain.
I do have an old 15mm metal model, but that is still on the workbench since I bought it in the 1990s, typical wargamer!