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If there's anything that rock stars love just as much as their guitars, it's their CARS! Courtesy of Dave Robert's Rock Stars Cars, we bring you pictures of iconic rockers posing by their sweet rides.
Keith Moon was predictably wild with his cars, totalling this Ferarri when he drunkenly allowed two bikers to take it for a spin.
Yes, that's right. Dave Grohl in a Smart Car.
Trust the Modfather to own a British classic like the mini, and to get it personalised with his own number plate and pinstripes.
If you're thinking Bob Dylan looks unnatural front of this Cadillac Escalade, you'd be right, because he was just flogging it for them in an ad campaign back 2007.
A picture of modern masculinity, Freddie Mercury confidently perches himself in a suggestive position on his 1950 Studebaker Champion.
George Harrison strikes the perfect Bond-esque pose next to his powder blue Aston Martin. Shame it isn't a VW Beetle though...
Soon after Janis Joplin bought the second-hand white Porcshe, she decided it needed more colour and asked her roadie to give it a psychedelic paint job. Joplin's family kept the car after her death and, after restoring it they allowed it to be exhibited at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, for 20 years.This week the car sold for a whopping $1.4m at auction.
Now we didn't expect vegan and animal rights activist Morrissey to even OWN a car, let alone drive one, but here he is posing with a battered Fiat 500.
The Boss lives up to his name here in 1975 sitting on his 1960 Chevrolet, which he bought after the success of his Born to Run album.
Mick Jagger stays very much in the lead position, steering The Rolling Stones towards Brooklyn Bridge in 1997.
What else would we expect from RUN DMC, but to be in the middle of the road, sitting on an ice white Cadillac El Dorado?
Bob Dylan was more keen on motorcycles at this point, which is probably why he looks so miserable in front of this car...
If you ever needed proof that the 90s were unglamorous, look no further than Liam Gallagher dressed in tracksuit bottoms and a matching hoodie in front of his Bristol car.
The Yardbirds star Jeff Beck became a huge enthusiast of modifying cars like his Ford after his mother gave him a Hot Rod magazine at the age of six.
Elvis Presley appears to have his hand in the back of a policeman's pocket as he writes him a ticket for his new white Cadillac. Although, it's hard to imagine the Jailhouse Rock star not getting away with a ticket at the height of his fame.
Despite his car being a bright yellow Lotus Elan, Jimi Hendrix and his psychedelic threads still manage to steal the limelight.
Johnny Cash's Cadillac was built to accompany his song, One Piece At A Time, which is about an factory worker who steals a car by taking one piece from the assembly line one piece at a time.