In the US, Germany’s Autobahn has achieved mythical status: a series of expressways with no actual speed limit. (There are advisory limits, maximum recommended speeds, but they are rarely, if ever, enforced.) With an opportunity like that, it’s no wonder that a lot of American muscle car drivers want to test their car’s mettle against the Autobahn. That’s what this guy is doing: seeing just what his 1970 Dodge Challenger can get up to on one of the world’s most famous strips of road.
A few interesting asides: while there is no maximum speed limits for most vehicles, there are class limitations on speed; generally these apply if you’re towing something. It’s one of the safest roadways in the world. Finally, Germans cannot obtain their license until they’re 18, they have to take about 30 hours of testing, and it costs about $2000 USD; however their permits are good for life unless it is suspended for some reason. A fun bit of information on that can be found here: Germany vs. USA: Driver’s License.