Not really but as Billy Gibbons demonstrates in the Hard Rock Hollywood youtube video, he still knows the guy who has it. I basically have a Gibson Flying V from 1971 which I still play nearly every day but my cousin has accumulated some of my old equipment in his collection. He has my old Ampeg/Burns Split Sound jazz guitar (with wilddog!!!) from back in 1964 and 1/4 of my stage amp from the mid 70s which I built and designed myself plus a stomp box or two of mine. The amp is basically a bright orange 200 watt head and a single 4x12 cabinet with my "Rhino" label on it . Originally I used 2 - 200 watt heads (one tube and one solid state) and 4- 4x12 cabinets onstage. So much equipment has either been traded in or lost over the years though.
Currently I use just a 100 watt solid state head with a single 12 in an isocabinet plus a 4x10 booster cabinet for large rooms. They are in an "Atomic Punk" style looking like 1950's military grade electronics. I still use the flying V and back that up with an Explorer. The amps and the Explorer are designed and built by me, the Explorer is a "Billy" and the amps are "Parsons", both of which are my own personal brands... Im not really into using third party stuff like Marshalls, Sunns, Fenders or Hiwatts anymore.
Hey again, Great story. Do you still have any of your vintage amps???