Correct. No K34 (cruise), rear defogger (C49), power trunk (A90) or 6-way power driver seat (AC3), no top option, no block heater (K05), no body side moldings (B84), no external lamp monitors (U46), or no rear floor mats (B35). The thing I've learned about the SPID, is that not ALL RPOs end up on it 100% of the time, even though the car has the option and it's listed in the invoice/window sticker. The SPID says you do NOT have B35 from the factory. These mats were available pretty cheap from the dealerships so maybe they were added later, or just left off the SPID? It's weird they had them as separate options and listed each with its own line on the window sticker. Too bad you don't have the window sticker, as that would show all the invoiced options, so if it did come with the mats, it would show up there.
Now, the VK3 RPO. I still don't quite get this one 100%. That little plate you have up front, that's not the plate holder I was talking about. I'm betting if you look carefully, that part was painted. It minimally covers the flap that hangs down from the upper bumper cover.
The VK3 is the big, black plastic funky looking plate holder for the front. This thing usually doesn't survive over the years. The way it's installed, there's too much pressure on it as it doesn't fit as nicely as it should. It gets brittle and the upper or lower mounting bolt areas break and it flops and/or falls off. There is an aftermarket reproduction now, but not sure how well it holds up as I've never bought one. There is no option code separate for it. The thing is, when the dealer ordered the cars, there was no check list that included or excluded VK3. So it could not be added to the option list by itself.
There was a time where the manufacturers included it when cars were shipped to dealers where front plates were required, and if not, they got little chrome-like plates that covered up the front flap of the bumper cover. But since the only part they had was shiny like chrome, as every other car except VIN 9 cars had chrome bumpers, the VIN 9 cars with their painted bumpers would look really stupid like that. So the cheap "fix" was to install the plate holder on the VIN 9 cars to cover up that flap regardless of where they were sold. The Hurst/Olds cars got their own license plate up front so you could put that on in states that didn't require 2 plates, but the 442 got nothing as far as their own special plate. Most one-plate state dealerships would put their dealer plates up there on these cars. I know mine came with the plate holder installed, I didn't order it, and South Carolina hasn't used 2 plates since the Great Pyramids were built. And the dealer put their plate up front when I picked up the car. I really like the small little metal plate, but it's not what should have came on the car. These little plates are repro'd too, and some people that have VK3 on their SPIDs have obtained one of these little plates, painted it silver, and bolted it upfront after their plastic plate holder broke. Some don't even paint it. I've yet to see any factory documentation for this RPO, however.
BTW, someone peeled off the outer part of the label on your safety sticker in the door jamb. They were laminated from the factory with the "tamperproof" data section. The sticky part of the window was a partly transparent gray glue that when applied, showed the darkened lettering so you could read it. But if someone tried to peel it off and steal it, for example, you would lose the information. As yours did.