Butch Dysart and his '67 Impala SS 427
A Body and Fender Man by trade, Butch Dysart put all the art and craft he has learned from decades in the business into this immaculate Impala. Butch has coined a phrase "Super Original" to describe his restoration technique. He brings cars back to the way they "should" have been in the first place with as perfect "fit & finish" as you can get.
As Butch says in the interview, the 427 Impala was sold in the day as a family car that you could take to the drags. With his wife and son in the shot, he proves the "family" part.
Most cars have their best viewing angle from the front. This Impala breaks that rule. It is attractive from all sides - including the undercarriage! You'll have to get the movie to see it, though.
The Grille shines like a diamond and is perfect in every way.