There are “immensly” many types and different manufacturers to choose from; Bosch and Marelli, Hall-triggering devises, etc…
But no complete distributors, just components.
As your photoes do not picture whole the distributor, it is hard to determine the type.
Hopefully you can make better pictures, where the signal wires from the distributor are followed up where they are going.
Is the motor an injection motor or carburettor type?
The distribution spare parts have type markings ending with an “i” indicating injection…
My guess is it is a TBI = throttle body injection, or one-point injected fueled type.
If you have a workshop service book, all details would be identified easily.
One way to identify if the distributor has a centrifugal advance mechanism, is to check if you can rotate the distribution rotor some 10-15 degrees forward in the rotation direction.
Only a two-finger grip and slowly feeling if you can overcome the small centifugal return-spring force, normally countering the weights when RPM is retarding.