• Image Credit: Confederate Motorcycles
  • Image Credit: Confederate Motorcycles
  • Image Credit: Confederate Motorcycles
  • Image Credit: Confederate Motorcycles
  • Image Credit: Confederate Motorcycles
  • Image Credit: Confederate Motorcycles
If you want one of the most distinctive custom motorcycles ever created, and you've got at least $113,900 to spend in order to make that dream into a reality, we have good news: Confederate Motorcycles has released official details on its next mind-bending machine, the G2 P51 Combat Fighter. According to its maker, "the Combat Fighter is inspired by the 1960's rebel, anti-hero and the stripped, raw, chopper he rode." We don't know what that means either, but we think the end result looks pretty amazing.

The entire Combat Fighter is built from 6061 billet aluminum, from its chassis to its engine. That monster of a V-Twin powerplant measures 2,163 cubic centimeters and produces 200 horsepower and 170 pound-feet of torque. Its wheelbase of 62.5 inches and 500-pound weight mean it's not likely to win any races on twisting asphalt racetracks, but you can bet it'll be plenty fast in a straight line... at least as far as its 3.75 gallons of gas will last.

This is the second generation of Confederate's Combat Fighter motorcycle platform (click here for details about the first-gen), and there will be a total of 61 produced in two variations. The Blonde model (light finishes) will carry an asking price of $113,900, while its more sinister Black Flag sibling is a bit more dear at $119,500. Have a gander at both of them in our high-res image gallery above.

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