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Restoring VW Beetles, Buses ... And Dreams

Bob Cook and his colleagues make dreams happen in their Maryland auto body shop. They work exclusively on VW Beetles and buses from another era, carefully bringing them back to life for their owners.

Young Folks City of the Sun
Everything City of the Sun
Thought 8 Thrupence

Evacuees at a special needs shelter sit and chat or rest, Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017, at Florida International University in Miami, Fla. About 30 people, including staff with the Florida Keys Outreach Coalition for the Homeless from Key West, Fla., were sheltered in a storefront underneath a parking garage on campus. Wilfredo Lee/AP hide caption

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Miami Hurricane Shelter Still Packed - With People And Pets

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The Process of Leaving E-vax
Crystalised The xx
Little House on the Prairie Daniel Caine Orchestra
Soundgirl Personal Fat Jon The Ample Soul Physician
Game of Thrones (Main Theme) Flatt Lonesome
Dragonstone Ramin Djawadi
My Advice - Part 2 The Daniel Pemberton TV Orchestra

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Restoring VW Beetles, Buses ... And Dreams

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Starlights Tracey Chattaway