When you hear the term “saloon” used in reference to cars, the Jaguar Mk II is likely the car that comes to mind. As well it should; these spacious, luxurious and fast cars were iconic throughout the 1960s and are raced every year at the Goodwood Festival of Speed against the momentum racers less than half their size. While the initial impression is one of extravagance, the Mk II’s performance is palpable. With the 3.8-liter six-cylinder, it is capable of propelling its considerable heft to highway speeds very quickly and can reach speeds in excess of 120 mph. In its day, the Mk II was the getaway car of choice for would-be-criminals, as well as the choice of British police to patrol the motorways. In other words, no matter what you’re looking to get up to, the Mk II will make a fine addition to your garage.