This house would make Clark W. Griswold proud.  via GIPHY

Honestly, I had never heard of Mickleton, New Jersey before coming across this story. It's a small town in Gloucester County with a popular just shy of 3,000. While the town may be small, there's a man who resides there with big ideas.

A couple of years ago, Steve Harbaugh went viral with his 'National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation' light display. He started this project with the hope of collecting toys for Toys for Tots. Once again, Steve and company have has outdone themselves recreating the house from 'Christmas Vacation.' This includes a real 1989 Ford Taurus station wagon with an 18-foot Christmas tree on top.

The Harbaughs via Facebook
The Harbaughs via Facebook

Yes, it runs and Steve drives around town and drops his kids off at school in it.

There's also a replica RV very similar to Cousin Eddie's. In fact, there's an animated Cousin Eddie (in his robe) standing outside. And the scene wouldn't be complete without dented plastic reindeer on the front lawn.

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Right near the offices of Valken Paintball and Airsoft swing by and check it out.

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A portion of the toys will go to Kelly's Kidz, a nonprofit organization started by morning traffic anchor Bob Kelly, of Fox 29 in Philadelphia. The toys will be donated to St. Christopher's Hospital for Children, specifically for the burn unit and kidney dialysis Christmas parties and for the parents to give to their children, who are admitted to the hospital, on Christmas Eve.

Who's ready for a road trip? Get info on the Harbaugh's House and follow them on social. This amazing display for a good cause is at 503 Legends Court in Mickleton. The lights and props will be up through January 1.



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