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Default What parts should I Pull from a 99 Buick Ultra?

I am going to look at a 99 Buick Ultra tomorrow morning at a local salvage yard. Is there anything special that I should pull as far as spare parts or performance/ suspension / options that might be an upgrade to my 00 SSEi. I saw the car in the holding pen 3 days ago and it looked really clean. Candy red with a red leather int. I will definately pull the Gen III blower if it'* still there, but it has been in the yard for 2 days now so it and the chrome wheels are probably long gone. Did the Ultra have the FE-2 or FE-3 suspension? Also, was the premium stereo in the Ultra a Delco or Bose system?
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