After giving my Amiga 1200 the name Woody, I thought I ought to name the other Amiga (my A2000) something. The next obvious name was Rusty (because it's in a metal case).
Rusty has 10 megs of RAM, that's 2 megs of custom chip RAM (used for sound, and graphics processors), and 8 megs of fast RAM (used by the main CPU); two double density floppy drives; a fifty meg SCSI hard drive; and my spare 14k4 external modem.
Although this doesn't sound much now, it must have cost a fortune in it's day (I'm not the original owner).
I have used it on the internet for e-mail, telnet, and ICQ, but I usually just used it for calling BBSs when the other computer was occupied. Now, it's just a curiosity languishing on the shelf.