Ok guys as you all know after my wife's accident her HR-V was going to be written off. I decided not to go ahead with the claim and get the car repaired by other means. After a lengthy path we ended up with a guy who said he would repair the car and do the respray. Well the car was in all last week and I went to collect it on Monday only to find that he had not done all the work he said he would.The front upper crossmember was twisted, he said he would try and straighten it but didn't which annoyed me cause I had left my phone number and instructions that if he needed anything to give me a call as I had a guy who was stripping one for parts that I can get anything if needed. But he didn't call. He said he wanted another £100 to replace it. Not being too happy with his handy work (respray was ok) the rest was poor I said no to which he got a bit annoyed and demanded his money £180 I stood my ground firmly and said no way so after some bartering shouting (on his part) I got away with £60 for the front bumper and bonnet fully resprayed!!! So now the problem I need some help/advice please. Looking at the required work to complete this I believe I can do the job myself (photos below showing what's needed). The guy with the parts is cutting the required items out of one he has. This is because it is spot welded in places. I can't get anyone to do the spot welding for me so if anyone knows anyone around the Yorkshire area or someone who has a portable welding kit who could do this for me then I would be grateful if they could let me know. As it would be best welded into place. My second option is this I spoke to the guy who is stripping this down and he said in the past he has drilled out the spot welds on the replacements and then secured it with 10mm nuts and bolts. Just wondering people's thoughts on this. Looking at the offside headlight I think I may have to replace the upper bumper reinforcement bar as you can see the light is not fitting flush. I don't know if this is because of the damage to the crossmember. Any way comments, advice, help a welding kit would be much appreciated.