Click here for an CycleVIN Motorcycle History Report on this 2014 Confederate Hellcat X132. Additional photos are available here for your perusal.
Pierre Terblanche had a long history in motorcycle design by the time he joined Confederate as head of product development in early 2013. Most would probably know Terblanche’s work from the Ducati 999, a bike that was incredibly controversial to purists at its launch but has since grown to become somewhat of a classic in its own right. Confederate themselves also had many miles behind them by the time the Hellcat X132 was launched in 2014, with a reputation for wild, yet exquisitely built motorcycles that often defied being easily categorized. Confederate, now known as Combat Motors as of 2020, is based in Birmingham, Alabama and has manufactured several mind bending pieces of motorcycle art in its thirty-year history. This 2014 Hellcat X132 is reportedly one of just 65 examples produced.
For the uninitiated it would be easy to dismiss the Hellcat as another “custom” build based on a Harley V-twin but a closer look reveals what makes something like this not only achingly beautiful, but incredibly functional as well. This is not just another overpriced “chopper” born out of a 2000’s era reality television craze.
The name is derived from its heart, a 132″ (2,163cc) V-Twin mill good for a 121 hp and 140 ft-lbs of torque. As a street dragster, the Hellcat not only looks the part with its engine seemingly chiseled out of a piece of billet aluminum, but it has the actual power to back it up.
Every where else you look on the bike you find nothing but top shelf components. Clamped in custom billet triples, the front forks are WP forks with radial mounted Beringer brakes and steel braided lines.
The seller of this Hellcat X132 bought it used approximately two years ago with roughly 400 miles on the bike from Rosso Corsa in Costa Mesa, California. Since then it has only seen another 147 miles put on it.
The bike is original as it came from Confederate.
The current owner had the tires replaced with new Dunlop’s after purchasing the bike and they show late 2017 date codes on the front and rear. The front and rear brake pads were also replaced at the same time as the tires.
Currently located at our facility in Santa Monica, California (please make an appointment for an inspection), this Confederate is offered on a clean California title. Have any Hellcat X132 stories or questions about this listing? Let us know in the comments!