The combination of American engines and British chassis has given us some of the best sports cars the world has ever seen. Another great on that list is the Jensen Intercepter II, made from 1966 to 1976, with just over 6,400 made over the decade-long production run. With coachwork designed by Carrozzeria Touring of Italy and a chassis by Jensen, the Interceptor II was conceived as a grand tourer to compete with the likes of Jaguar and the Italians. Under the hood is a 383 cubic-inch Chrysler V8 mated to a three-speed TorqueFlite automatic transmission. While the automatic won't win over the purists, the combination gave the Intercepter II legitimate performance numbers for the day. The 1971 model here is finished in a beautiful Estoril Blue over red leather and has had a mild restoration, making it perfect for anyone that enjoys driving their classics.