By Jacqueline Samaroo on March 09, 2018
If you are a back yard mechanic, your idea of a fun weekend is probably working on your project car - but even the best weekend mechanics tend to have a limited set of tools. Just about every household owns some of these basic repair tools, such as pliers, wrenches, and screwdrivers. Those, after all, are multi-purpose tools that can be used both in the house and in the garage. But if you enjoy working on your car - or if you do so reluctantly, to save money - you've probably got some more specialized tools in your repair arsenal. You might have a set of jack stands and a creeper. Sure, you can put down a tarp and slide under your car, but a creeper - in its simplest version, a board on wheels that rolls under the car - makes things so much easier. As for a jack, your option is cinder blocks, and those are pretty darn clunky. Wouldn't it be wonderful to have an array worth of a real mechanic's workshop?
If you find that you are jealous of master mechanics and their drawers full of professional tools, then this quiz is for you! We've created a list of 50 pretty pictures of repair shop tools. We wonder if you can identify all 50 of them!