Originally Posted by Corgrimm
If it makes any difference, I have immediate family that run a body shop so I would have any tool that I need available. I have yet to get their opinion on the damage though.
Working and massaging steel back its former shape is one thing; working with aluminum is another thing completely. You are looking at all new panels, window frame and posible distortion to panels that these attach too; let alone interior damage.
A lot of working for an experienced Airstream shop let alone someone who has never worked on one before.
Heck of a project to learn how to buck rivet on.
Good luck, but you're not getting this cleaned up for anything south of $10k IMHO.