Found this security cam video of a very messy landing by an All Nippon Airways 767. It bounced on the main gear, then came down only on the nose gear before finally settling completely on the runway.
The video shows the damage at 0:40: the fuselage skin forward of the wings has been severely crumpled.
Can this sort of damage be repaired in an economical fashion? I’m imagining a lot of teardown, a ton of inspection throughout the rest of the aircraft, and a whole lot of work to replace the parts that are actually found (or suspected) to be damaged.