Post Listing Update: This Confederate did not meet reserve with 1 bid up to $40,000.
Despite its young age, Confederate was probably one of the best representatives of American talent at making impressive and extraordinary bikes. Yes, Harley Davidson and Indian represent American motorcycle history but Confederate really put America’s best technology, industrial, and crafting skills at work. Among the gems created by the brand, the Fighter model is probably one of the most monumental.
The Fighter, like most of Confederate’s bikes, was a power-cruiser. The aluminum monocoque is brought to life thanks to a 1,965cc V-Twin developing 160hp, powering a total weight of 460 lbs. Heavy for a sportbike, but a featherweight compared to the usual American cruiser. Head Designer Ed Jacob explains that the goal of the bike was to create a straight line from the handlebar to the swingarm pivot with a full aluminum chassis integrating the engine as a stressed member. With Race Tech shocks, Brembo radial brakes, and even Motogadget electrical components, Confederate did not leave any part of the bike un-perfected. You can get more information about the P120 here on Motorcyclist.
The P120 (VIN: 1C9AP29090B908007) presented in this article is in great condition showing just above 300 miles. The bike was the number 7 on the production line. The seller is the original owner and therefore has all records and papers since new. The bike has been kept under good conditions and never been used in inclement weather.
Find this P120 Fighter in Austin, Texas with an unmet opening bid of $40,000 or a BIN of $62,000