Aw, that is a bummer about your Burro
One note on the "sold" trailers - I think that is the asking price, which may or may not be the selling price. Just something to keep in mind and/or to know before you present your figures (I wanted to mention it in case "they" did and you would then be put on the spot).
Of course eBay completed auctions give a true price, but there aren't that many Burros.
I haven't ever shopped for a Burro like yours, but unless it was a real project-condition trailer, a $2000 value seems way too low. I would have thought $5000 or so, depending on condition and options
One way to estimate might be to look at ones that have sold here
, and how quickly they sold. I would guess that the trend would be for trailers that sold "instantly" to have gone for close to their asking price; whereas ones that hung on for a while were probably priced a bit optimistically.
Okay, I hate to even look at the photos, but here I go...
I just looked at them.... ouch, Ouch, OUCH. I am so sorry that happened to your Burro.
I would not be surprised it the camper were "totalled," because skilled fiberglass labor does not come cheaply, and - especially with the liner - repair would be time consuming. At something like $80 per hour, plus materials, it adds up quickly.
I would say that your best bet would be to take it to someone who repairs boats; they are familiar with this type of construction, liners, poor access, etc. But again, it will probably be expensive. If it's cheap, you are either very lucky in who you find, or maybe finding an amateur.
If you were the type that liked a project, I would say that you could repair it. But it won't be a quick job; especially if you want it to look decent.
Again, so sorry to see this.