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The FA-13 Combat Bomber may very well be the last gas-powered motorcycle Confederate Motors builds. The company, which has been crafting drool-worthy choppers for over two decades, has set their sights on electric bikes, and will even rebrand at Curtiss Motor Company going forward. Well, if this is the last non-EV from the brand, they went out with a bang. Only 13 of the pricey two-wheelers will be made, each with fine upgrades over the P51 Combat Fighter from the brand. A matte finish, a red exhaust, and new leather seats are just some of the niceties Confederate Motors added. So while we wait for Hercules, the first electric, we can stare at pics of the FA-13 Combat Bomber and wish we had $155K to spend on a motorcycle.

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