LEMAX SPOOKY TOWN SPOOKY TIME TOWER + BIN FREE GIFT

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  • Item Category: Entertainment
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Nov 15,2006
  • Channel: Online Auction

PHOTO FROM MY TRAIN LAYOUT. YOUR'S WILL HAVE 2 GHOSTS AND 1 WITCH CIRCLING

This Auction is For A New in Box Lemax Spooky Town Spooky Time with Adaptor Pictured Above. This Porcelain Lighted Clock Tower Has All the Details you Expect From Lemax Including 2 Ghosts and a Witch That Continuously Circle the Tower. It Would Make a Nice Addition to Your Halloween Display or for All You Lionel and MTH 0 Scale Train Collectors, Add a Different Twist to Your Train Layout! Believe Me, Everyone Will LOVE IT. I have a Whole Haunted Section on my Platform. New in Box (Top of Inner Styrofoam box Opened Once to Inspect for Damage, it is Porcelain) Both Spooky Time Tower and Box are in Mint / Near Mint Condition ! Halloween May be Over, But Never Forgotten.

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