It was a sight to behold when the Yenda community marched their way to Yenda Memorial Park on Anzac Day.
For such a small town there was an enormous turnout, with people from all across the community and surrounding areas.
One of the people there was Garry Golden who joined the march in his pride-and-joy 1943 Jeep, which faithfully served its time in the Australian army until 1957.
It's an old jeep, but it managed to trundle alongside the rest of the procession adding a bit of history to the proceedings.
Mr Golden said most of the car's pieces were originals and had felt the rust of time.
"She's pretty warn," Mr Golden said.
"But she got around the block, that's what she needs to do."
It was a lively march with community groups from around Yenda including four members of Yenda's Fire and Rescue NSW brigade children from Yenda Public School, and the Yenda Country Women's Association.
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