I've been collecting old Mac's and Amiga's for a few years now. Our first family computer was a 16K ZX Spectrum and when I was a teenager I bought a brand new A500 but I never really progressed past using it to play games. For quite a few years I had no real interest in computers, I was more into cars and drag racing.
A few years ago I found an old Amiga listed on Trademe and that got me started collecting Amiga's and renewed my interest in them.
I moved onto collecting late eighties and early nineties Apple Mac's as well as picking up Atari ST's, C64's and then Amstrads. A shortage of space meant I had to reduce my collection down to Mac's and Amiga's and at one stage I had reduced my Amiga collection to just a couple but I have been slowly building it back up again.
I'm not such a whiz on the software side of things (but I'm learning), I do like the actual hardware and I'm a bit like I was with my cars always trying to modified and improve them for better performance.
Amiga 4000T's, 4000's, 3000T, 3000's, 2000's, 1200's, 1000's, 600's, 500's, CDTV and CD32's