I wouldn't call it a Franken Jeep, but there are a few questions. The paint all looks OEM; you can even see where the "Scrambler" emblem on the right rear fender used to be. I see the snaps and footman loops indicating that at one point it had a full Whitco soft top. But as noted, it doesn't have the rocker-guards (or even the holes for them) or the dash overlay indicating the SR package. But it has the Renegade steering wheel, and the seats that ALWAYS came with the Renegade (but also came in base-models with great frequency). The center console is aftermarket. Your carpet is OEM. I see some co-ax hanging down by the radio, but that goes with the antenna mount on the left rear fender, so a PO clearly had a CB or VHF, etc., installed. This is consistent with the cigarette lighter being in the wrong spot (they were under the speedo) and no ash tray; I bet the PO didn't smoke, so he pulled the ashtray, and slid the lighter over (to keep as a power port or similar) to make room for the CB. I don't know that I'm convinced it's the OEM radio either. The wheels are Renegade wheels, but I don't see the black stripe, and they are a VERY bright white, so I think they've been repainted. It's also not uncommon for the dealers to swap wheels around after taking delivery. (My base-model 7 was sold by the dealer, very well optioned, with aftermarket wheels and custom pin-striping.) You have the OEM tach, and presumably the OEM clock.
All things considered, I think you have a base model, that either the PO or the dealer added the SR steering wheel and a set of SR wheels (that have now been repainted). This this is still a GORGEOUS Jeep.