my ti green cloverleaf has a glass sunroof, with alfa script on the handle.
don't get hung up on the details like speakers/radio/mirrors/grilles that are easily changed from car to car.
my sud is 28 years old and god only knows how many times it had had replacement doors over the years for rusted out ones, never mind stereo changes.
back in the 80's things weren't quite as black & white as regards specs.
the sunroofs were fitted by ARUK when they came into England, they presumed we wouldnt buy a car without a sunroof. still an attitude like that for UK spec cars, hence why we see cars still with sunroofs &
. when you take the roof lining out you can see they aren't a proper factory job, no reinforcement around the openings like there would be if it was designed in from new.
back in the 80's aftermarket sunroof installs were like alloy wheel upgrades are today. the windscreen fitter would come round with a stock glass sunroof and cut out a big hole in your roof, hoping he hadn't cut the hole too big