Where'd that come from?
Now at first glance, one might think this is a sort of top secret weapon, to be dropped behind enemy lines and come out guns a blazing. Or perhaps it was found in an escape pod from a distant planet. It's your story, you can tell it how ever you'd like. Most people wouldn't believe it was built in Louisiana anyway. Although truth be known, this is a 2011 Confederate P120 Combat Fighter. I'm talkin' about 460 pounds of pure adrenaline, with 160-HP to the rear wheel! You better be schooled in the art of wheelies, before cranking the throttle on this one. So far it's been perched on a pedestal, and has rarely seen the light of day. This is where you come in, with a quick dialing finger and $70K, you can get this sucker on the road again.
Confederate P120 Combat Fighter
#11 of only 50 made
Manufactured in 2011
Raw Aluminum Finish
ENGINE: Radial twin / 120 cubic inches
POWER: Rear wheel torque – 135 ft lbs | Rear wheel horse power – 160
DIMENSIONS: Wheel Base: 64 inches; Seat Height: 27 inches; Rake: 30 degrees; Trail: 4 inche; Weight: 460 lbs; Fuel: 4 gallons; Oil: 4.5 quarts
CHASSIS: CM design triple load path 6061 aircraft grade aluminum monocoque backbone, bulkhead, fuselage side plate construction; oil/fuel in frame
SWINGARM: CM design 6061 aircraft grade aluminum
FRONT END: CM design double wishbone machined from 6061 aircraft grade aluminum linked to aerodynamic dual lightweight tubular wing blades
PRIMARY: CM design; machined from 6061 aircraft grade aluminum; belt drive
TRANSMISSION: CM design vertical close ratio 5 speed
SUSPENSION: Race tech; low/high speed compression and rebound adjustable
BRAKES: Brembo high output race derived 4 piston technology; radial pumps; carbon, ceramic, aluminum matrix lightweight discs
WHEELS: CM design carbon fiber; Front: 19” x 3” Rear: 18” x 8”
GAUGES: Precision integrated analogue meter; warning, speed, RPM
Confederate Motor Company
Founded in 1991 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana by Matt Chambers, Confederate Motor Company set out to create machines utilizing a holistic, avant-garde process for celebrating the art of rebellion. American rebellion is adopted as fundamental to the pursuit of personal empowerment. Confederate remains forever determined to challenge the establishmentarian view of what honest “new world” American industrial and mechanical design can be.