"No stop signs. Speed limit. Nobody's gonna slow me down," Brian Johnson croons in AC/DC's Highway to Hell. If that was really the case, the Geordie rocker could certainly enjoy his fine collection of automobiles just that little bit more.
The Rock and Roll hall of famer has helped AC/DC shift some 71 million records in the USA alone, which means he's able to splash his hard-earned cash on some rather special toys.
A new television show, dubbed 'Cars that Rock', will air on Quest at 9pm from May 8 and it allows viewers unrivalled access to the man's astounding collection of cars, which include vintage Bentleys, Rolls-Royces and plenty of Italian exotics.
The series also sees Johnson delve into the history of some of his most beloved vehicles and even having a go at racing in some of the world's lesser-known competitions.
Johnson even purchased a glorious 1968 Mini Cooper after competing in the Masters Historic Racing Festival at Brands Hatch while filming for the series.
Take a look at the clip below where the rocking racer talks us around his Rolls-Royce Phantom.