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Heritage fleets may be retained by private collectors, museums, or the companies that originally operated the vehicles, passing them to the heritage fleet on retirement. The vehicles in heritage fleets may undergoe vehicle restoration to various degrees to bring them back to their past operating condition, after which they may then be exhibited as show vehicles, or used as vehicles for hire.
The name Heritage Fleet may also be applied by a transport operator or company as a less derogatory term for elderly vehicles still in use that may be considerably older than other in service vehicles.
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