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The gorgeous 1939 Delahaye Type 165.
Michael Furman
The gorgeous 1939 Delahaye Type 165.
The 1936 Scout Scarab makes the minivan sexy.
Michael Furman
The 1936 Scout Scarab makes the minivan sexy.

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"Curves of Steel" remains open through June 3. Tickets are $14 for adults, $6 for children. Price includes general admission. Call 602-257-1222 or visit »web link.
Phoenix Art Museum, 1625 N. Central Ave., McDowell Rd. & Central Ave.

"Curves of Steel" may attract car show types who don't make a habit of frequenting art museums, but it still has a lot to offer any art snob. Many thanks to the car designers who led me to worlds of high-speed chases, scenic cruises and killer outfits. Honestly, what more could you ask of art?

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Bonnie Swesey
Bonnie Swesey

I used to live in Arizona and was an avid reader of The New Times. Now I live in the United Arab Emirates, but I still look for The New Times whenever I'm back in town. Now I find I can enjoy Lilia Menconi's articles online. She a refreshing young writer!

 
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