The SEMA Show is a sea of glitz and glamour, from high end sports cars to outrageous custom builds, but sometimes it takes a little rust and patina to stand out in the crowd. That's the approach that Bryan Dagel took with the Rat Rod Magazine "Tour Rat" build. Every year, Rat Rod Magazine hosts a long distance tour, and Bryan builds a new car each year. This year, the plan was to go with a traditional hot rod look, instead of the wacky, over-the-top rat rods that you may remember. We love it--the '35 Chevy sedan body has just the right amount of patina and the stance is spot on! Power comes from a small block Chevy, and Bryan put it to good use, driving the car all the way to the SEMA Show from Minnesota. And then he drove it back, even after a tire-melting burnout at the SEMA Ignited event! [products] The Rat Rod Magazine "Tour Rat" rolls on a set of Firestone Deluxe Champion whitewall tires. Fronts are skinny Firestone 5.60-15's mounted to Rocket Racing Launcher wheels, which feature the cool "RPM7" gold coating. Out back is a pair of Rocket Strike Wheels, running our Firestone Dragster Cheater Slicks, sized at 10.00-15. This combination offers traditional hot rod style, and is a great way to finish off this rowdy rat rod build. Rat Rod Magazine SEMA 2015 Rat Rod Magazine SEMA 2015 Rat Rod Magazine SEMA 2015 Rat Rod Magazine SEMA 2015 Rat Rod Magazine SEMA 2015