It doesn't need to be perfect. I should have added something that I took off my reply to you. If something as minor as an improper replacement bumper was done there can be bigger issues lurking like the lighting issue. I am not trying to put blame on the OP as he didn't know and hopped on a great deal.All cars are sold as is. It is the buyers responsibility to research the car and see what issues it has. He stated he got it very cheap and it runs. being a crash damaged and repaired car of course it is going to have issues. If the current owner wants the fog lights restored we have provided the part numbers and what will be needed to do that. He is not interested. I would be more concerned with the lighting issue which maybe just a bad bulb, ballast or wiring.
It was an auction car and most used cars of that year are over $5k he paid half that and it drives. All the rest is minor.
No used car is perfect and is 1 of 1.