My new Icom 7300!!!
Yep, the little 7300 is a good looking radio, no doubt about that
My favourites are the Standard C-50 (already mentioned way back in the thread), the fact that it looks like a piece of high end hi-fi probably due to Standard's relationship with Marantz....although I reckon the C-50 reminds me more of Accuphase hi-fi. I nearly bought one on ebay a year or so ago, but noted it was in Russia and probably best not to meet your heroes, it was probably a fairly poor radio anyway.
Kenwood TW4000A, made me feel like captain Kirk at the helm of the Enterprise back in the mid 80's.
IC-7800 and IC-7851 ... had the ic-7700 but the chrome finish buttons spoiled the look, and the chrome finish wears off the buttons after a while, notably the XFC button which tells you that you should've bought a dual rx radio. Don't like the IC-7850, looks tacky with the gold, Liberace would've had one if he was a ham
Most 80-90's Kenwood HF radios are pretty, then it went wrong when stoned lo-end hi-fi designers seemingly took over, I use a TS-2000 for vhf/uhf, it's so ugly it lives in a cupboard and I use the rc-2000 head unit. TS-990 just looks wrong.
JRC/NRD are very attractive as well