With 500,000kms under its wheels, the 1st Cobargo Scouts' bus would have some stories to tell.
Now the group's not-always-quite-so-trusty wagon is in settling into its old age, they have begun fundraising for the replacement - part of which involves selling badges that say "I survived the Cobargo bus".
"There are many memorable moments with the bus!" one of the Scout leaders Graham Parr said.
"When we go out it's generally full, so that's 20 people on it.
"But the last time it broke down was out in a national park, so it was quite a hassle to get home.
"It's just not quite as reliable as we'd need it to be!"
The Scouts bought the 1995 Nissan Civilian second-hand six years ago and since then have racked up 200,000kms on it.
"We are a very active group down here," Mr Parr said.
"We go up to Canberra quite a bit, we go to Sydney, we go to Wollongong and when you go doing things like that it doesn't take much.
"Every trip is the best of 1000kms."
It was also the support vehicle for when the Scouts took 50 people on a canoe trip down the Murray River, where they covered 300kms on the water.
Mr Parr said the reason the bus has been going for so long was due to the repairs and check ups, for instance the motor had blown twice.
"All vehicles are really just like the family axe, they can have 10 different heads and half a dozen handles and they are still the family axe," he said.
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The Scouts have been given two grants worth $1500 each, one from 2EC and one from Essential Energy which will be put towards a new bus, and they will possibly receive another grant.
To buy one of the badges as part of the fundraiser, visit the 1st Cobargo Scouts' Facebook page and send them a message.