Rocker Slash's beloved Corvette Stingray, two of his trademark top hats and a collection of his guitars are set to go under the hammer at an auction next month (Mar11).
The former Guns N' Roses guitarist is selling a wide range of belongings, including exotic Southeast Asian furniture, customised clothing and rock memorabilia through Julien's Auctions.
He's also selling model dinosaurs, jewellery and 14 guitars, including the Guild acoustic on which he recorded Guns N' Roses 1989 ballad Patience.
The star lot is Slash's 1966 Corvette Stingray, which he describes as a "monster of a car" and is expected to fetch at least $90,000 (£60,000) when it goes under the hammer.
The vehicle has been sitting in storage, but Slash admits he struggled to let go of it since it was the first set of wheels he purchased after finding fame with the Welcome to the Jungle hitmakers.
He tells Reuters, "I have a bad habit of collecting stuff that I don't necessarily use (but) I know that somebody would love to have that car because muscle cars are very, very popular."
A share of the proceeds from the 26 March (11) sale will go to a charity for abused and homeless teens.