Max from AutoTopNL takes this '07 Shelby GT500 for a blast on the famed de-restricted German Autobahn.The YouTubers, who are based in the Netherlands often pop over the border into Germany to carry out their high speed runs in some serious machines.The GT500 name was revived in its modern avatar back in 2007.The original Gt500 was made in the good old days of Caroll Shelby himself, from '67 through '70, the same time during when Ford was dominating at Le Mans.The one we're looking at today belongs to Tom, who has not one but two Mustangs.Painted in the classic shade of white, with two-pin strips running down the middle, you can't find a Ford badge, but a Cobra instead.Moving to the side, you have 18" SVT wheels with Ford performance brakes, which the standard model did not get.You really get a chance to appreciate the strips when viewed from the side.From back, the car looks just as nice, with yet another Cobra badge, a spoiler on the trunk, and the Shelby written proudly on the tail gate.In this age of downsizing and fake exhausts, it's refreshing to see a pair of proper pipes amidst the diffuser.Next, it was time to pop the hood.Under the hood likes a 5.4L V-8 engine with an iron block, that produces 506 HP & 413 lb-ft of torque.Tom has carried out two mods, one of which is a new cold air intake for even more power and the second being a bypass valve for an even more throatier exhaust note .Max then goes on to take a look at the interior.This Mustang is from '07, its cheap plastic throughout, but who buys a Pony car for the build quality. The real reason for getting one is the phenomenal drive and value that these cars offer.Modern muscle cars even have that element covered. Max then fires up the GT500 and you have to take a listen to the rumble of that V-8.He says that it sounds like Detroit in the '60. With that he's off to the Autobahn.On the way, he does some quick flybys with the windows down, where he gets to hear that V-8 monter of an engine.Before you know it, Max is on the entrance ramp of the Autobahn.Once he is on it, he opens the taps and goes flat out. The GT500 red lines at 6000 rpm and tops out at 160 mph. Max thinks that this thing will easily top 180 mph, given the space.With a live rear axle and RWD, the GT500 is tail happy and the handling is entertaining to say the least. He turns around and goes for another run on the Autobahn.While the guys at AutoTopNL have driven some serious exotics which includes the likes of countless V-12.You can't ignore the simplicity and brutish power that powers these Muscle cars. Swipe Up to get a more indepth overview on this beautiful GT500 from the Neatherlands..