I had to click on the little picture icon to see it @rocketman. If that doesn’t work for you, perhaps it will pop up the pic’s URL which you can click and drag onto your address line.
As for the project at hand, shoot, it’s white. Surely you can find a white fender and bumper cover at www.car-part.com . White is the most common color on American cars. Other years will fit your Grand Am too. The web site shown will sort that out for you, just like it will show those with or without fog lights. I once drove a car 200 miles with no hood to bolt on a matching silver one in the salvage yard’s parking lot. They said a lot of customers do that. Shipping large parts is expensive, and there is no guarantee that the shipper won’t damage them.
And… on your car that’s all bolt on stuff. You will find the bumper cover (the bumper is behind the cover) is largely held on with plastic rivets or push-ins. The cover is the white part you SEE. Some salvages will not sell you JUST the cover, but the whole bumper assembly should not be too expensive compared to the cost of painting. If you don’t turn up any covers, search for the assembly.
I’ve done this sort of repair dozens of times. I still hire most of my painting done by a pro when I can’t find the right color parts.