Looks like an accident caused by too much weight
behind the axle
while towing off road. The right front took the major damage and appears to have been the result of loss of control because of oscillations (apparently insuficient hitch weight). There is indication of the right front digging in and flipping to the right front corner crushing the corner and displacing the top right corner of the trailer back diagonally across the top structure of the camper. The delaminated top left corner is the giveaway here. I would be concerned about the top of the camper as it appears that the air conditioner got smashed while in motion inverted. I suspect the structure that supports the roof A.C. is delaminated and needs replacement. - All of my observations are based on the photos. The giveaway as to what probably happened is the rear bumper receiver mounted on the camper. Adding weight
on the rear of the camper takes weight
off of the T.V. most campers will add 4 or 5 bikes and all their chairs on the bike rack. This causes the trailer to sway down the road. Add a 5 to 10 MPH cross wind and an off camber sharp left turn on a gravel road and a roll over is near guaranteed. I did not make an in person inspection and I may be wrong. I have seen 200+ LB. dirt bikes put on a rack behind a camper. - This rebuild appears to be a major project that will cost more than the camper is worth let alone selling price. Any repairs to the roof structure will add weight to the top of the camper making it more susceptible to a top heavy condition. A salvage title
means the camper will never be worth the cost of repair even if done perfectly. - - - Parting out : air conditioner is junk, Many parts are probably good, gas bottles, cover, stove sink water tanks pumps, fan, cushions etc. are all worth 1/2 or less of new. Total value may be 3K if lucky.
I would run the other way on this one