More detailed on mine:
Leather Steering wheel
Dual Power Seats
Premium sound (7-band EQ CD)
Steering wheel radio controls
Electronic Climate Control
The REAL Goodies:
HD trans with 2.97 ratio
Dual outlet L67 exhaust
Electronic Level Control
Computer Command Ride struts (system still works)
All 5 buttons. Traction, Perf/norm shift, Touring/Sport ride on console.
I've added the Auto-dimming mirror, but nothing else.
Posting all I can think of off the top of my head, as I was asked via PM what made mine so rare. To the best of our (jr's3800 and myself) knowledge in over 4 years each on the Forum, we've never seen one so well-equipped here. Based on that, there certainly couldn't have been many made.
jr's3800 was consulted by me over the phone when I looked over the car. It was advertised as an SSEi locally, and it wasn't until I actually went and saw the car that I knew it wasn't. jr's3800 has the master GM RPO code book, and was stunned when I told him over the phone what I was looking at.
The asking price was around $4k as I recall, but I talked him down to $2300, as I had to drive an hour to see a car that was supposed to be an SSEi. I had him look up the VIN and showed him it was just an 'SE'.
Here'* the 'unveiling'. I bought the car the day before WCBF '05 officially started. In fact, the first 3 or 4 cars passed me less than 500' away on I-5 as I was completing the purchase. We replaced the Harmonic Balancer the next morning. driverjohn helped me with it: