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Jalopy Fest 2011, spitting hood ornament ..Brought to you by House of Insurance in #EugeneOr.

Jalopy Fest 2011, spitting hood ornament ..Brought to you by House of Insurance in #EugeneOr.

Metal car mascot, hood ornament - La Fee Electrique

Metal car mascot, hood ornament - La Fee Electrique

This $200,000 hood ornament was design by designer Jean Kemanjian. The hood ornament itself is made up of platinum and other special metals and then the diamonds are literally paved onto the ornament's body to make it one of the most expensive car surface ever created. The wings of the hood ornament carry intense yellow diamonds and the body itself carries 150 carats of shimmering D-diamonds. All this for a symbol, which measures just 4 inches long and 2 inches wide.

This $200,000 hood ornament was design by designer Jean Kemanjian. The hood ornament itself is made up of platinum and other special metals and then the diamonds are literally paved onto the ornament's body to make it one of the most expensive car surface ever created. The wings of the hood ornament carry intense yellow diamonds and the body itself carries 150 carats of shimmering D-diamonds. All this for a symbol, which measures just 4 inches long and 2 inches wide.

World's First Concept Car (1938): Buick Y-Job ~ Designed in 1938 by the famous General Motors designer Harley Earl, the Buick Y-Job is considered by most to be the first concept car. The car had power-operated hidden headlamps, "gunsight" hood ornament, wraparound bumpers, flush door handles, and prefigured styling cues used by Buick until the 1950s.

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World's First Concept Car (1938): Buick Y-Job ~ Designed in 1938 by the famous General Motors designer Harley Earl, the Buick Y-Job is considered by most to be the first concept car. The car had power-operated hidden headlamps, "gunsight" hood ornament, wraparound bumpers, flush door handles, and prefigured styling cues used by Buick until the 1950s.

I'm just a hood ornament, scratching my foot, oh yeah this is a Bugatti

I'm just a hood ornament, scratching my foot, oh yeah this is a Bugatti

A pectoral by René Jules Lalique composed of 9 serpents entwined to form a knot from which the bodies of the other eight fall in a cascade, with the ninth rising in the centre, at the top of the jewel. [Gulbenkian Museum; Inv. No.1216]    René Jules Lalique (6 April 1860, Ay, Marne – 5 May 1945, Paris) was a French glass designer known for his creations of perfume bottles, vases, jewellery, chandeliers, clocks and automobile hood ornaments.

A pectoral by René Jules Lalique composed of 9 serpents entwined to form a knot from which the bodies of the other eight fall in a cascade, with the ninth rising in the centre, at the top of the jewel. [Gulbenkian Museum; Inv. No.1216] René Jules Lalique (6 April 1860, Ay, Marne – 5 May 1945, Paris) was a French glass designer known for his creations of perfume bottles, vases, jewellery, chandeliers, clocks and automobile hood ornaments.

Classic Car Photography  Vintage Rolls Royce Hood Ornament by AsqewCreative

Classic Car Photography | Rolls Royce Hood Ornament | Vintage Car Route 66 | Man Cave Decor | Black & White 12x12 Print | Office Decor

Classic Car Photography Vintage Rolls Royce Hood Ornament by AsqewCreative

1950 Oldsmobile Hood Ornament

1950 Oldsmobile Hood Ornament

The 1940 Torpedo had larger windows and wider seats than other Pontiacs, front and rear "ventiplanes" on 4-door sedans and long gracefully streamlined rear decks. Concealed hinges were used on all doors. The doors were extra wide. The hood ornament had a plastic Indian head mounted in a metal base. Front end sheet metal looked like that on other Pontiacs. Eight-cylinder badges were used front and rear. The door locks had weather sealed keyholes.

The 1940 Torpedo had larger windows and wider seats than other Pontiacs, front and rear "ventiplanes" on 4-door sedans and long gracefully streamlined rear decks. Concealed hinges were used on all doors. The doors were extra wide. The hood ornament had a plastic Indian head mounted in a metal base. Front end sheet metal looked like that on other Pontiacs. Eight-cylinder badges were used front and rear. The door locks had weather sealed keyholes.

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