The use of adhesive and backing materials would likely make this unattenable and cost prohibitive assuming you could even find the after-market subassembly parts. I removed my broken LCD and made a wall clock from the metal exterior. More power to you if you try. My suggestion, if you find all the parts, would be to run the edge with a utility knife - you will likely nick the antenna cables so those will need to be rerun. Then heat-gun the back aluminum case (avoid the logo) and pry out the LCD with a narrow (and SHARPENED) 2.5” or less putty knife being carful of the plastic backing. If the heat-gun worked the LCD may come out without shattering. Reverse the process if you have the parts. The cable routing will be a chore. Parts might include Antenna Cable, LVDS cable, LCD, propriety backing, adhesive, and something to replace the edging that ran between the LCD and aluminum frame.