Put another way - how much is perhaps too much?
All my wrenching experience is with cars and motorcycles - frankly, I think of the three, motorcycles are the easiest to work on. Mainly because they take mostly metric socket tools, so with that and some tire changing equipment and a brake bleed kit you can do virtually everything necessary.
I've discovered that bicycles are uhm, a bit different. Just because they can
I'm officially putting a Park Tool AK-37 kit and a PRS-9 home stand on my Christmas/birthday wish list.
For working on 80s/90s/current bikes what else would you suggest.
Finally, what does everyone else have? Pictures and stories encouraged and enjoyed!