Originally Posted by VinceU
IMHO that should be repaired by new parts and shop. If not repaired properly water will get in and destroy the internals. Result will be unsupported Fiberglas. The gaps are too large to bridge w/o cracking.
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I agree with Vince. The skin on any camper is your only hope for preventing water intrusion, which will cause rot and require a total rebuild if left unchecked. The quality of this repair will determine how long your camper can survive. Therefore, unless you have a very handy friend with much fiberglass repair experience, these photos seem to call for a professional repair/reconstruction job (and I would not risk an amateur patch job). Good luck!