+1 on the reamers they are a great tool
I also got the lightweight air hose, a real wrist saver with the pneumatic puller
a bunch of the little buffing wheels (you can cut them into pieces and use on a Dremel 401 Mandrel)
Avery hole deburrer - you're going to deburr a million holes get a good one
and a little bicycle torque wrench and a good inch/pds torque wrench (you'll use them for almost every screw and bolt)
Neiko 03727A 1/4-Inch Drive Beam Style Torque Wrench | 0-80 in/lb 9 Nm
Capri Tools 31200 20-150 Inch Pound Industrial Torque Wrench, 1/4" Drive, Matte
a few awls to align holes
and a lot of other stuffff.....
You're going to need electrical tools like crimpers but you can wait on that a little
And of course primer (lol just search for that on the forum) and a spray gun. I found a little detail gun that works pretty good.
PowRyte Elite 4.2 Oz Composite Mini HVLP Gravity Feed Air Spray Gun - 0.8mm Nozzle