I wouldn’t place a lot of emphasis on the “Rarity” because as Bruce said an oddball RPO can give a person a false sense of rareness. There are other issues like 70U being shown as Cobalt Blue rather than Redline Red.That makes me wonder, my build sheet shows, "R6M - NEW JERSEY COST SURCHARGE". Maybe that's why there are only 2?
There are 2 2006 SSR SPORT TRUCK vehicles (0.036%) matching your exact options list.
There are 2 (0.036%) with at least as many options.
However, I believe the numbers will turn out to be extremely accurate (divide by 2)
It shows 3413 of the 3416 MY2003’s to have the 73P Sterling Silver Wheels.
This is precisely correct because when I researched the MY2003 EX VIN build sheets I found the first three had 15P Silver Metallic wheels leaving 3413 with 73P’s. This is something nobody in their right mind would know!:glol
It seems these numbers may also help determine other things. It shows 3399 of 3416 had the JJA PT DRESS SUBASSEMBY. My interpretation is this was engine bay wiring dressing and possibly other wiring performed as a subassembly at ASC. I believe this RPO was not placed on the 17 because they were not subbed out from LCC to ASC because they were already at ASC.
We have heard stated the first 5 Signature Series were hand built at ASC but I never thought about others. I am not positive but it appears 17 SSR’s may have been assembled at ASC. I have confirmed 15 of the 17 without the JJA and all were built on or before April 30, 2003. I am curious to find out if the LCC started producing SSR's from their line sometime April 30 but only a supposition.
We will find some faults I’m sure but it is providing some very interesting data to work from.