Amtrak's "Heritage Fleet" was comprised of rebuilt equipment inherited from preceding railroads. Although cars received complete mechanical upgrades and modernization, they retained most of the external spotting features of their ancestry making this part of the roster some of the most interesting and diverse. Predominately used on eastern long distance routes, these cars could be regularly found mixed in consists with newer Amfleet or Viewliner equipment. Many cars survived into the 1990s and beyond. This run is finished in the "Phase III" paint scheme. Introduced in 1976, nearly all of the Heritage Fleet cars wore this paint scheme at some point, even after Phase IV paint was introduced in 1993. So they'll look right at home behind a variety of Amtrak locomotives. Official licensee of Amtrak. Amtrak is a registered service mark of the National Railroad Passenger Corporation.