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X132 HELLCAT COMBAT | BY CONFEDERATE MOTORCYCLES

Back in August this year Confederate Motorcycle collector James Hoegh made history breaking the land speed record for big block American V-twin engine motorcycles. He was riding a X132 Hellcat Combat Prototype on an average top speed of  172.211mph. Now Confederate are producing a limited edition of 36 handcrafted examples of this machine, for $72,000 you can own this record-breaking piece of motorcycle history. Watch the video and check out James Hoegh´s record breaking speed run on the Bonneville Salt Flats.

Also check out these other striking bikes by Confederate Motorcycles:
- B120 Wraith
- P120 Fighter
- X132 Hellcat




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BENTLEY ICE SPEED RECORD | LIMITED EDITION | Image

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