Limited Run for the latest Confederate Combat Fighter

An independent motorcycle manufacturer which has enjoyed its share of two-wheeled headlines announced a limited run of a popular model.

The second-generation of Confederate Motorcycle's Fighter brand family, the P51 Combat Fighter will enjoy a run of sixty one bikes built. With approximately half yet-to-be delivered, and even fewer yet-to-be reserved, Confederate Motorcycles are taking orders globally, promising to build approximately one motorcycle a week, with its two in-house master craftsmen meticulously assembling each unit by hand.

Calling its Fighter brand the world’s premier exotic motorcycle, the bikes are designed and handcrafted in Birmingham, Alabama.

Starting at $125,000 for the Blonde version, built with raw aluminum and $139,500 for the Black model, made with anodized aluminum, the P51 Combat Fighter is the first and only vehicle to ever be carved entirely from solid billet blocks of military-grade aluminum. The result is considered by Confederate as the most robust, fatigue-resistant motorcycle possibly created.

Looking beyond the motorcycle’s style, the P51 Combat Fighter features a 2,163cc air cooled V-twin engine which delivers 160 ft-lb of torque and reach speeds over 160 mph.

The latest models are also the first Confederate motorcycle in over fifteen years to be offered with a tandem seat option, allowing each owner the opportunity to share their unique riding experience with someone special.

If all this sounds interesting, new reservations will be given a four to six week preference date, with build completion two to three weeks following, and final delivery one week later. Complimentary door-to-door delivery is available in the 48 contiguous United States.

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