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When your first album sells more than 28 million copies and is ranked as the top-selling debut in the history of rock, you can own any car that’s on your short list. So what did Slash, the former lead guitarist for Guns N’ Roses, buy when his band hit the record-sales jackpot? The answer is a ’66 Sting Ray coupe with a Tri-power 427 and a four-speed trans. This photo was taken in 1995, as part of a promotional campaign for Gibson’s ’60 Corvette Les Paul guitar.