My list of rigs also does not have an Icom in it!
I started with an FR50B - Which still works, although when compared with a modern reciever it does leave a bit to be desired ( 1977 until present - and worked first time when turned on afrer a 10 year gap! )
Then it was matched with an FL100B ( 1979 - 1981 ). Now operating that combination on SOTA would be a challenge, not only in getting the supply current, but even managing to lift the 16Kg Transmitter onto a bench was a challenge let alone up the smallest hill.
That was then swopped for a TS520, which one day, carefully will be powered up after a twenty year break. ( 1981 until present - but unused between 1997 and now!)
I also have a battered looking TS 2200GX - ( 1980 until present - but not used since about 1990 )
Since rediscovering ham radio I have the 817ND, and having discovered that getting time on the hill was harder than anticipated I added at FT 450D which squeezes in the office for home use.
Hoping to aquire an FT270 and get up some lake district fells in the new year without the worry of trying to keep things dry-ish.
The biggest thing I have noticed after a 20 year break is how quiet the bands are. I don't remember 160m being so empty on a winter evening. I cant speak for VHF ( The QTH here can't even get Band II FM when the BBC have rather large masts and use 250Kw - so no chance of any reception unless there is someone in the garden...) .