His 1967 Volkswagen Beetle spends most of its time in Apodaca on the outskirts of Monterrey in Mexico.
Oscar Almaguer and his possessions. Image: Reuters, Daniel Becerril
Almaguer keeps his belongings in the trunk, including a bucket of water for washing, some petrol and a pair of shoes.
Cutlery and a plastic cup are stored in the ceiling, while a salt-shaker, a bottle of hot sauce and a container of coffee is kept in the door.
But despite all this, the car still works - more or less.
The wheels and seats are from another Volkswagen model.
Instead of a gear-stick Almaguer uses a plastic bathroom pipe.
And the engine, which comes from a modern VW Sedan, is just about in decent condition - although Almaguer has to start it by short-circuiting two wires under the bonnet.