If you're looking for an Airstream to PARK, here's a possibility:
I noticed the other day that Colonial Airstream had a salvage title 30 ft Serenity 2013 on e-bay.
I was very pleased to note that they recommended it be used only on a permanent site because of the damage. Some of the ribs were bent. I'd GUESS that panel replacement would run about 16K. One whole side got sideswiped by a tree. That one COULD be patched but replacement might run $10K. It MIGHT be left alone if it doesn't leak, but it looks sad.
What really impressed me was that they priced it reasonably and would NOT sell it as good for road use. It's refreshing after seeing so many advertised with total lies about what it would cost to repair, and never even suggesting that it would never really be safe on the road because of frame and body issues.
Today is a gift, that's why they call it the present.