1956 Chevy Backroad Gold Throughout the process of filming the The car started out a little on the rough side, but with some replacement sheet metal, and a bunch of other replacement trim parts and interior components from Year One, the car is now a nicely finished Tri-Five with a cool custom look. To get the right stance, the Honest Charley boys installed two-inch drop spindles up front and three-inch lowering blocks out back. They also moved the leaf springs inward to create more real estate for tires and wheels. 1956 Chevy Backroad Gold With this in mind, they installed a set of 17x8-inch Rocket Booster wheels out back, wrapped in 255/45ZR17 BFGoodrich g-Force tires. Up front, the sizing is a bit smaller to create a classic hot rod rake--sizing consists of 17x7-inch wheels and 235/45ZR17 tires. The Hyper Shot finish on the wheels features a painted center section with a machined outer lip, but Rocket Booster wheels are also available in many different finishes and sizes. 1956 Chevy Backroad Gold The finished product is a super clean car with a great mix of classic and modern styling elements. The two-tone paint job, classic interior, well-detailed small block Chevy engine and Rocket Booster wheels are the perfect combination! 1956 Chevy Backroad Gold [products]