W32A if it's an older one without the desense issue.
Older IC-W32As have 5-digit serial numbers, and newer IC-W32As have 7-digit serial numbers. Older IC-W32As should also allow for receiving into the 800 MHz range, something removed from the newer IC-W32As when they came back into production for a couple of years in the late 90s/early 2000s before going away for good.
Any IC-W32A should work fine for the upcoming FM satellites that use a 70cm uplink. My IC-W32A is one of the newer units, and worked well for the ISS cross-band repeater when it used a 437.800 MHz uplink. With the higher grequency being used for transmit, you avoid desense issues that are present when working satellites like SO-50 with a 2m uplink. The separate tuning and volume knobs for each VFO, along with separate squelch levels in a menu setting, make these HTs great for satellite work.