JDavid, this will be a challenge for sure. The trailer that I fixed on my own I ordered the panels from AS, as well as another company that sells parts. There website is www.outofdoorsmart.com
. All the parts are online and available to purchase. I decided to keep the bigger trailer for my family and sell this small one. I grew up in a family that always camped in airstreams and saw my grandfather repair many panels on them. It is not easy work, but can be done. I am no expert on this, but I am pretty mechanical and started by drilling out the rivets. On the one I fixed I made sure all the structure was straight and then put the new panel back on and installed the new rivets. I had to do many adjustments before I put all the rivets in. The interior I thought went back together very easily. Again I am being very honest this is a big project to take on. I was not willing to pay what a none wrecked trailer cost so this is why I purchased and fixed a wrecked trailer. I now have a 2009 that is repaired and I have less than half of what it would have cost me if I hadn't bought one wrecked. If the Bambi doesn't sell I will probably make it a winter project. Hope this helped!!