Hoarder's car filled with garbage

How much garbage can you fit in your car? I'd be willing to bet that this Chevrolet Corsica spotted in Manhattan, NY is pushing the limits of legal car trash. Filled to the brim with garbage and covered in spray paint, this is by far the worst condition yet still drivable vehicle I have ever seen. You can't see out of the side, rear, or back windows. The rear view mirror is rendered useless, and therefore the vehicle is totally illegal. Tested by the trials and tribulations of urban dwelling, something tells me that this Corsica's outcome was not of GM's original intention. Is this the way to treat America's first car with daytime running lights? I think not.

The Chevrolet Corsica was a decent car for it's time, even despite it's current status of  being an automotive black sheep. Produced from 1987 until 1986 when it was replaced by the Malibu, the Corsica and Beretta had quite the good run. A performance version coupe of the Corsica, named a Beretta Z26, can be considered a grandfather of modern American compact performance. The Corsica however, especially this one, was obviously not a prominent figure in performance and was designed more for economy; or in this situation hauling garbage. How much crap can you fit in a Corsica? Enough.

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Source: Tampa Sports Car Examiner

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