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Laura....I own the same mural.  I have had it for 5 or 6 years and it has held up great!  If I recall I paid over $200 for mine new.

16 hours ago, HeavenlyScentInc said:

Wondering if this has to be put on garage or could it be attached to a frame for display?

Yes you could.  The door cover is made of very thick heavy duty tarp material.  Along the top are aluminum tabs that are glued into the material that are designed to slip over the top of the garage door.  Along the bottom are spring loaded attachments with a cord and aluminum tab that fit under the bottom of the door.  The springs along the mural allow it to stay tight when opening and closing the door.  I do not see any reason why you couldn't make a frame to display this and not have to modify it in any way. 

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Hi Glenn,

If it is still available, I would love to buy it!  I'll PM you now.


Can't get PM to work.  Bummer!  Email me at lad3@roadrunner.com if still available and thanks!

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