One definition of the word ‘vetted’ is to subject to thorough examination or evaluation. That’s what most people do at an auto show. They walk around and exam the vehicles that are on display. They compliment and criticize what they like or dislike and what is right or wrong on the cars they so casually glance at.
Little do most people realize all the hours of work and the amount of money it has taken to restore the vehicles to their current condition. Sure, there are a few that have been garaged since built and just driven to church on Sundays, but most cars have gone through some form of major restoration, many from the inside out. So whether you like the car a lot or not, consider giving the owner a thumbs up or an appreciative nod. It’s been a long road getting to that show.
This is another view from an auto show at the Sugar Land Town Square.