Cool finds Catfish, and yes they can be worth a bit to the right collectors. That bread bin style C64 was what I was originally after, but I can never find any for a good deal around here. The resellers snatch them all up quick and eBay them. The 1541 disk drive I have is actually the earlier model that matches the bread bin C64 like yours. They made a later style that matched the C64C like mine as well, but they seem to be a little harder to find as most folks just used their old peripherals when upgrading systems. Let me know if you ever want to unload all that stuff and I'll see if I can scratch up some dough.
I've been looking for a deal on a Tandy (Radio Shack) Color Computer 3 for the past few years, but haven't come across anything yet. I've found a couple deals on dirty systems out of the box, but I'm holding out for a boxed setup. That was my first computer sometime around 1986/87. I'll eventually find one.
So far for computers I have:
Macintosh SE (traded my Macintosh Plus for a Sansui 9090 receiver
Texas Instruments TI-99
Gateway 2000 4DX2-66V Windows 95 machine
and a Mid 90's IBM Thinkpad
2 Early 2000s Apple Powerbooks
For game systems:
Nintendo Entertainment System
Sega Genesis (models 1 & 2)
N64 (1 black and 1 transparent green)
Gameboy Advance & SP
Sega Game Gear
I plan on building cabinets with shelves across one big wall in my living room and going through the corner. Our main giant flat screen will be front and center, then the giant Sony Trinitron monstrosity will be in the corner. All the old game systems across the counter tops and the games, VHS, and laserdiscs will be displayed across the shelves along with a few of my 80s toys like He-Man etc. Then a shelf around the whole room up high with more of the toys and vintage goodies up for display.