Sorry but no. I basically looks like the pic above, but they painted it white. Not that you'll ever really see it but it looks just like the original.
We have a 1999 25' TT. When it was about 5 years old a tree branch fell on the front, left corner of the roof and punctured it. We had Camping World repair it (NEVER LET CAMPING WORLD TOUCH YOUR TRAILER!!!! THEY DO CRAP WORK!). Then about three years later I found myself constantly fixing the leaks along the seam where they made their repair. Finally this year it got too bad and we had lots of interior roof damages as well. I heard about this local guy who does this all the time. We took our's in in the beginning of May and did not get it back until the end of July due to some issues he had with two employees (One was let go and another was in a bad accident and unable to work) so they got real backed up.
We paid a lot of money to have it fixed (A LOT!), probably two times what we could sell it for. We never even discussed a new rubber roof. I'll never get a rubber roof again. We had the entire exterior roof replaced with what he described as "a tractor Trailer quality roof - Thick)", all the old roof vents and TV antenna, all the insulation replaced, some roof rafters replaced, and about half of the interior roof replaced. We thought long and hard about doing this repair. When we bought this camper we ordered it from the factory, with some custom cabinetry options, and its been in our driveway 3 days after it was manufactured. We know it's entire history. Every piece of dirt, dent, scratch came from us
. We were not in a position to buy another brand new one and if we spent the $ to buy a used one who knows what issues we'd inherit. The interior of our's is in excellent condition. So we decided to go for it. We are happy with our decision regardless of the money we spent.
Sorry for the long reply. Good Luck!