The Tiger-in-engine-bay bit was a '66 GTO, not '67.
The cars are very similar (especially from the front, so easy to mistake, but on a '66 the trim around the grill openings wrap all the way around the bottom, and the grills themselves have small vertical/horizontal "egg-crate" design while on the '67 it's diagonal, like a chain-link fence.
During the "Malaise Era" Chrysler featured debonair British actor Rex Harrison singing "The new Dodge Aspen is unbelievable!" as in a Broadway musical.
Also recall worldly Peter Ustinov saying of Gallo wines "Probably the finest wine you've* ever tasted." ( * Not myself, however.)
If I said it was a Bentley you'd believe it.
If I said it was a Lincoln or a Rolls.
If I said it was Jag-u-ar you'd perceive it.
Or even a Caddy, or an Olds. But if I said the car was Aspen, and that the car was small.