Originally Posted by jake_in_no
Some criminal broke into my '64 Bambi II by breaking in through the
back window, bending the frame, and messing up the crank mechanism
which closes the window.
Welcome to the AirForums! Glad to have you with us. And I feel your pain. Less than 16 hours after I purchased my Airstream Interstate, some vile miscreant broke out the passenger-side front window and stole the Kenwood head unit from the dashboard, doing about $3500 worth of damage in the process. Classic smash-and-grab.
Unfortunately, can't really help on the window. My window was a stock Sprinter window, which meant I used an automotive glass company.
You may want to crash-wrap the broken window to keep weather out until it can be fixed. Any local auto glass company can do that much, cheap.
But as far as fixing it is concerned, you might want to call Foley RV in Gulfport, the nearest Airstream dealer. They've done good work every time I used them for anything on my Airstream. It's a little over an hour's drive but it may be worth the trip for you.
And, New Orleans being the hotbed of crime that it is, you may want to invest in an alarm system for your trailer to prevent a repeat occurrence. There are some nice ones on the market that will even send an alert to a smartphone when they go off, in addition to the loud alarm horn.