With its production number 55 this machine hails from the early Great Dane story. It was completed in 2011 and then entered the fleet of test machines that were run in the factory's ownership. At that time it resumed approximately 8,000 kilometers on its strong Ultimamotor, but test drivers from back then would never recognize it today: It left the factory in black lacquer and lived its early life in that colour.Since then it has been refurbished by the factory itself and took on a whole new look: Classic, nice and stylish in a lacquer that comes from Mercedes-Benz's color palette to the legendary "pagoda"-cabriolet from the sixties. Complementary to the colour the motorcycle is now equipped with wire wheels that emphasizes its classic appearance perfectly.So does the restrained use of ornaments, as well as the decision to provide the machine with short headlamps and oval tail lights, as well as specially prepared footrests. It gives the "Pagoda" an overall clean and elegant appearance of the classical touring motorcycle in the truest sense of the word.