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I worked on foreign cars for many years and used Snap On, Proto, Mac, Matco and Craftsman, as well as any I could use to fit the need.
Craftsman have always been a very good value. Strong and lifetime guaranteed.

But Sears is disappearing so I don't know how much access you will have these days.
S-K, Stanley and others are good too for a decent price good guarantees and fine for the DIY.
 

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Stanley owns many companies now. Black and Decker, etc. Most any of the tools that have nice forgings and finish and have a guarantee would be fine for the everyday home mechanic. Some times you need a wrench that is thinner to get in tight spots so look at the sizes of the handles and ends. Very cheap tools are a bit more clunky and crude.
 
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