My mum picked up the set in Japan in 1967 when she was there on a uni trip.
Didn't know much about cameras, she just bought "what the salesman told her was good".
55/2.0, 35/3.5, 135/3.5, 2x teleconverter. She also has a Soligor 35/2.8, but didn't like it for some reason and then bought the 35mm tak.
The body died around 1995 so she bought another one, which came with a 55/1.8.
I blame that kit for getting me interested in photography. I've still got the first photo I ever took on it, when I was 7 or so, of my mum on some camping trip. The expression on her face is halfway between "pose nicely for the camera" and "DON'T YOU DROP MY CAMERA!"
Technically it's still hers, but she's now on a K-5 and she's not too interested in learning MF on it, so they're all interspersed in my collection now, although I haven't used them much.
I since bought myself the 50/1.4 from ebay for $50 or so (the cheaper 7-element radioactive one). It's great for portraits outdoors, that yellow makes for lovely warm tones. I would absolutely love to get the 24 or 17/8 fisheye, but they got for a (comparative) lot. Or the 85/1.9, but that would be my 4th 85mm I just don't need, or the 35/2.0 (but it might not get much work vs the Samyang).
I've also got a Pentax 67 300mm f/4.0, that's technically a Takumar too...