Another week, another great start to the weekend. We’ve been attending CnC Montrose for a while now, but new (old) cars keep showing up. Based on what showed up this week, we imagine it’ll be some time before we’re bored. Hit the jump and let us soften the blow Monday morning dealt you. This clean-but loved Ford earned points for eschewing the typical smallblock swap for Hemi power. The Torq Thrusts are aged to perfection. Leave it to the Citroen to have weird stickers. Yellow was bigger in the 70s than now. Engines, too. We suspect the 428 Cobrajet would stomp all over that ’76 Vette. Even a lowly Bug looks so much cooler all rallied out. The Espada needs neither auxiliary lights nor decals to look cool. The_Missus was admiring it, as it’s high on her list of Soccer Mom cars (I suspect she’s trying to kill me, what with the 12 cylinders and 6 carbs). This example was nearly perfect in every way. The interior’s likely better put together now than when it came off the line. I readily admit to being a Mopar fan, but not a Mopar expert. Which is to say, I had no idea there was no such thing as a Road Runner II until I just googled it and found a Hemmings article on this very car. Read up, be impressed, then come back and finish this post. VW Buses: the stickers and other kit are at least as attractive as the vehicle. This yellow Chevy straddles the line between “beater” and “work in progress”. But who are we to judge? This Boss 302 sports a …unique paint color, but with its four speed and tunnel-port “Clevor” 302, is likely equally fast. This Star Chief likely contains a notable percentage of all the world’s nickel and chromium in its brightwork. We now enter the super incredible section of today’s program. In addition to being knock your socks off gorgeous, this MG sports a Judson supercharger. I had to wait a long time to get an even remotely clean shot of it. Who doesn’t love a gullwing? Seriously, who? You’re outta here. This Jag C Type was so gorgeous it hurt. Not just the flowing lines, but the cleanliness of construction blew my mind. According to Wikipedia, if this is real it’s worth nearly a million dollars. We did notice the guy driving it was British, sporting a leather jacket and leather driving gloves…so…there’s that. As always, be sure to check out the rest of the set on our flickr stream.