Cars That Rock by Brian Johnson

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Let Brian take you through the fascinating stories of the cars that rock.

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When he’s not wowing millions of screaming fans in one of the biggest and most influential rock bands of all time, AC/DC singer Brian Johnson can be found behind the wheel of a powerhouse car. He’s competed in vintage races all over the globe and even participated in Daytona. Brian has a passion for magnificent four-wheeled vehicles, and in this book he talks about some of the world’s biggest marques, from Porsche, Bugatti and Lamborghini to Rolls-Royce, Mini and Bentley. Brian takes you inside exclusive factories in Italy, Germany and England and talks with owners and experts to reveal the fascinating histories and mysteries of each ride.

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