Confederate Motor Company Gallery Images
From New Orleans to Alabama
Confederate Motor Company, Inc moved from its Hurricane Katrina ravaged facility in New Orleans to a new facility in Birmingham, AL.
Confederate, maker of the breathtakingly beautiful and incredibly expensive Hellcat and Wraith motorcycles, is the first production motorcycle ever to be built in Alabama made its official debut at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham on May 16, 2006, with Alabama Governor Bob Riley proudly atop.
Confederate Motorcycles has posted a photo gallery showing their F131 Hellcat and B120 Wraith. These are the bikes that you might have seen Brad Pitt riding in LA. They look good and are very cool. Click here to see the gallery.
The decision to settle in Alabama arrived after a nationwide search, and the new Confederate plant opened in January on Birminghamâ€™s Southside. Founder and Managing Director H. Matthew Chambers credits George Barber and the Barber Motorsports Park and Vintage Motorcycle Museum as key reasons for choosing the city, and describes the team that Barber put together for Confederate as â€œa brain trust for automotive excellence.â€?