What kind of tools do you carry when you travel in your old car? I knew I didn't have a jack and a lug wrench when I bought my 54 Chevy and kept putting it off. I did, however, pump up the spare recently. Last weekend, my wife and I took a road trip to shake the Chevy down after fixing overheating problems. On the way back, about 45 minutes from home I got a flat. The valve stem broke. Oh shit, I don't have a jack and a lug wrench. I called AAA and they arrived 30 minutes later and helped me change the tire. The guy said, "Those old cars aren't made to be running up and down the interstate." I said, "This one is." and I opened the hood. You should have seen the look on his face. But I digress. So, last Friday, I went to HF and bought up stuff to change tires with plus enough tools to keep a travel tool kit. I think I spent a little around $135. Here's what I got and I can easily carry it in any car I drive. 3/8 Drive socket set in plastic box SAE combination wrenches Pliers assortment Vise Grip pliers ball peen hammer punches Screwdriver assortment Lug Wrench Scissor Jack Flashlight Electrical tape Electrical crimp on connectors and tool Nylon tool bag I beefed up the jack by welding a larger base plate on it and a flat top plate. I also greased and oiled it up good. It works and will get under the car with a flat. A bottle jack would not. What do you carry in your travel tool box?