Poll time people, and today we have the five finalists for the Autoblog Dirty Car Contest, the winner of which will receive one Dyson DC14 Drive vacuum with car cleaning attachments. As you will see after the jump, all five vehicles are in dire need of a spring cleaning. Some are perhaps beyond help, but we're offering it anyways. There are plenty of pics of each candidate after the jump, so vote for which vehicle you think is the dirtiest of the litter and the owner will be cleaning out his litter box with a Dyson DC14 Drive by the end of the week.

VOTE AFTER THE JUMP
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who owns the dirtiest car of all?
Chris Gallahan - 1984 Dodge Shadow
Emily Grant - Saturn L-Series
Jason Brodoski - 1991 Nissan Maxima
Richard Turner - Plymouth Caravelle
Thomas Le Brun - Plymouth Breeze
  

Chris Gallahan

1984 Dodge Shadow

Note: Has had the car towed from his parking lot at work because someone reported it as a vehicle abandoned by a homeless person.


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Emily Grant
Saturn L-Series

Note: The backseat footwell is inhabited by a bag of diapers (dirty?) and an errant binky that's hopefully been retired from active duty.


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Jason Brodoski
1991 Nissan Maxima

Note: Young dad with an old car (160,000 miles) that's being used as a toy bin for his family's recreation equipment.


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Richard Turner
Plymouth Caravelle

Note: OK, how many of you forgot this car was ever made? Us too.


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Thomas Le Brun
Plymouth Breeze

Note: We're fairly certain those are all parking tickets spilling out of Mr. Le Brun's glove box.


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