A WW2 era BC-348 converted for mains operation http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BC-348
A WW2 era unidentified HF receiver made by the Federal Telegraph and Radio Corporation, similar in appearance to the RBA-6, but covering 1MHz – 30MHz. A true boat anchor, I believe that this receiver was used on shore stations by the US navy.
Wireless Set Type 19. Again from WW2, this was complete with power supply, ATU & Intercom junction box from a tank. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wireless_Set_No._19
My first all solid state set. This got me active on HF when I got my license.
Dual band mobile. Used as the Base Station 2m/70cm rig.
Used as a standby 2m station (mobile or fixed).
Xiegu X1M Platinum 5-Band QRP Transceiver
A compact QRP rig from China. Ideal for /P operation. Superseded by the FT-817nd.
My former HF base station. Superseded by the Yaesu FTdx-3000.
Was installed in the car for mobile operation. Superseded by the Yaesu FTM-100DE, then the Yaesu FTM-400XDE.
A quad band (6m/4m/2m/70cm) radio previously used as my VHF/UHF FM base station.
A waterproof version of the MD-380 70cm DMR/FM handheld for getting a start with digital comms.