Confederate Shows its Dark Side With P120 Black Flag
Never let it be said that Confederate Motors lacks persistence. Despite facing a number of seemingly insurmountable hurdles, including the destruction of its operations in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina and a subsequent move to Alabama, the American purveyors of highly desirable motorcycles is back at it again with a new dark take on its own P120 Fighter.
The new P120 Black Flag uses the same fuel-carrying frame as the standard Fighter, along with the standard double-wishbone front ford assembly. Also in use is the carry-over 120-cubic-inch V-twin engine with 160 horsepower and 135 pound-feet of torque... not that any more power is necessary.
Confederate plans to build just 50 examples of the P120 Black Flag for an unknown sum. Whatever that asking price may be, buyers are sure to appreciate the bike's exclusivity and detailing. See for yourself in our gallery below.
Gallery: Confederate P120 Black Flag
[Source: Confederate Motorcycles]