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Here’s the method I’d use to fix that,....see if there’s room on the backside when assembled to put a “backer” on the inside of the shell,....make the backer from a thin but sturdy piece of scrap sheetmetal, ....scuff the inside of the shell where the backer will sit, wipe clean with alcohol,  and either epoxy, or JB weld the backer in place,....do not let ooze get to where the broken piece needs to be aligned with the shell!!......let this cure completely, clamp the backer to the shell, small c clamp will handle that,....after that’s cured completely, now you’ll have a nice “shelf” to slide the broken shell section and align it back onto the fracture points ,.....test fit, then epoxy the fractured section to the backer & the shell, ....use a small paintbrush to brush away ooze where the fracture is for a seamless repair,.....allow this to cure, touch up with paint, and touch up the backer,...job done,....but do let folks know this was fixed,....😉...

Pat

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