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What do you get when you wrestle a piano into a car? Piano cars! Here's how two very beautiful bits of engineering collide to create something stunning. If you've got a favourite piece of driving music, listen to Drive with John Brunning every day at 5pm this week.
Something tells us this car wouldn't be able to drive far... but who cares when it sounds that good?
Rolls Royce make ostentatious cars, so you'd expect their piano to follow suit. And it does. Gloriously so.
We can't think of anything better to do with a boring 2-door banger than shove a piano in the side of it.
A piano car on display at the American Car Show in Helsinki.
This one actually looks like it's got a chance of driving somewhere, no matter how pretty the piano is.
Alan Gilbert, chief conductor of the New York Philharmonic leads a performance of the composition 'Power' by Finnish composer and pianist Marcus Lindberg by using car parts as musical instruments at the Volkswagen Phaeton factory in 2014.
Soldiers on the Eastern Front in in 1943 ride around on their very own musical vehicle.
Peugeot's Pleyel piano is an absolute stunner, as you might expect. Not very car-like, but we still approve.
Alright, so it's not exactly a Ferrari. But at least there's some entertainment for that long commute.
A piano now sits in the engine compartment of what used to be a Yugo automobile at the 1996 Los Angeles Auto Show.