I posted the details over on the Tommy Bahama Airstream Facebook page - but here goes:
Ordered the laminate 48x96 sheet. Took end off of fridge (don’t waste your time looking on the internet on how to, message me), pulled the plastic stainless out and traced for size. Used a very sharp razor knife and a straight edge and scribed over and over the cuts until it went through (light pressure), laid new panels over the top of old stainless panels, slid back in and buttoned up ends of doors. Done
Tt’s Nevamar Macchiato pattern WF0011. I googled Nevamar distributor and had to special order (1 week). Did a will call. Comes rolled in a box. Came in at $73 for the laminate.
If you decide to do it, PM me and I can walk you through the door end cap removal. That was the trickiest part as there are NO online or printed removal instructions. I just figured it out without breaking anything! You can also e-mail me at: email@example.com