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Hank Williams III's Wild Ride: Kawasaki Battle of the Builders 2008 

October 15, 2008
Hellbilly rocker Hank Williams III was one of four outlaw dudes chosen to test drive new RUVs through wild wind and tough terrain at the Glen Helen Raceway for Side X Side Action Magazine's Battle of the Builders 2008, that focused on the Kawasaki Teryx. Read Erin Broadley's interview with Hank III, "Cowpunk Outlaw."
Aimee Candelaria
Hank III gives the finger(s).
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Hellbilly rocker Hank Williams III was one of four outlaw dudes chosen to test drive new RUVs through wild wind and tough terrain at the Glen Helen Raceway for Side X Side Action Magazine's Battle of the Builders 2008, that focused on the Kawasaki Teryx. Read Erin Broadley's interview with Hank III, "Cowpunk Outlaw."
Published on October 15, 2008
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