German autobahns are unlimited. The speed differences between the weakest and the strongest road users are enormous. With a Saab 99 LE from 1975 we venture into the fray. We want to minimize the risk and rule out a few problems right from the start. A precautionary pit stop in Frankfurt-Fechenheim is agreed, but then we tinker with a new problem shortly before the start, which will accompany our journey south. And then there was the matter of the trolls, the Citroën CX and other classics playing a supporting role.
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