New member here. I see by reading threads that a lot of members are into the newer and well made airbrushes. That's great but I've found that they are a lot better than I am. I had an Iwata HP-BCS, kit ECL 2001, and an Iwata HP-SBS that I sold. I build plastic scale models and I do the occasional T-Shirt. My Binks Wren B and Paasche VL are good enough for what I do and I am used to them. I use Dupli-Color primers and paint on my models. I can get as good a paint job right out of the can because I've done it so long. I also spray finger-nail polish through the Binks. I have since started collecting older, uncommon and unusual airbrushes. It's not that I will ever use most of them,I just like airbrushes. My collection has been changing quite a bit lately as I buy, sell and trade them. Here are four. They aren't spectacular, just different enough for me. Left to right, front to back: Thayer and Chandler model A and Badger 100XF. These are both left handed models. They are uncommon because of this. I'd be curious to know the production ratio between these and the right handed models. Rear: Paasche F2, the F2 option is no longer available from Paasche, at least it's not on their website. Paasche V. I do try to find nice examples in good cases but I'll buy something odd without it. I'll start the discussion here so I don't ramble too much. What do you have?