1932 Bucciali TAV 12. Coachwork by Saoutchik the rare 1932 Bucciali (only 5 made in the world) was built by a French World War I pilot. The flying stork on the side of the automobile was the emblem of his squadron and it was painted on their bi-wing fighter aircraft.
Hood ornaments / They started out as devices called motormeters. They were thermometers built into the radiator cap to monitor engine temperature. They didn't look very good, so decorative flourishes were added to them to make them look better.