Introduced at the 2009 Concours d’Elegance, the P120 Fighter Combat was a dramatic evolution of the Wraith which kept the giant frame and girder front fork, but ditched the carbon fiber for 6061 aircraft grade aluminum.
The all-aluminum, all-American bodywork is incredibly distinctive and incredibly fast. Weighing a relatively svelte 460 pounds, the Fighter is powered by a 1,966cc radial twin engine that produces 160 horsepower and 135 lb-ft at the rear wheel.
There’s no tank, per se, though four gallons of fuel and 4.5 quarts of oil are hidden away in the frame.
The rest of the components are top-notch as well, with Race Tech fully-adjustable shocks on both ends, Brembo brakes (300m front, 260mm rear), and Brembo brake/clutch master cylinders.
Motorcyclist magazine said that Confederate was planning on building 50 examples. This one (VIN: 1C9RP2903BB908008) is #8, which is shown via Roman numerals on the frame.
The seller is the original owner. He purchased it directly from Confederate in 2012 and immediately imported it to Canada.
He notes that the odometer somehow got reset to zero while on display at a local shop – “there may be a way to get the data, but no one seems to know how.” He is “highly confident that it’s well under 2,500 miles” but he does not have proof.
The seller invested approximately $25,000 in upgrades to the fuel, cooling, and electrical system, specifically replacing the fuel pump, starter motor, every wire in the harness, switches, and headlights.
It runs a JIMS Black ForceFlow cylinder head fan kit and Motogadget M-Unit Blue and the seller suggests that it “might be the most reliable and rideable Confederate that exists.”
There are no cosmetic or mechanical issues – the seller says it runs better than new due to the electrical work. Currently located in Toronto, Canada, this Confederate is offered on a clean Ontario title. Have any Confederate stories or questions about this listing? Let us know in the comments below!
P120 Fighter Combat
True Mileage Unknown
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spares/extras will have to be shipped separately via FedEx or similar.
the fee includes $15,000 of insurance with a $500 deductible. Additional insurance can be purchased at a cost of $50 per additional $5,000 of value.