We all crave for more. Especially during Christmas. A well established fact in the car guy community is that the correct amount of cars is n +1. Where n is the number of cars you have today. This formula can be used for motorbikes too. It's very generic.
Part like turbos, superchargers, cylinder heads, blocks, camshafts are nice to have at hand when a new project idea pops up. Besides, we all know that spare parts on the workshop shelves serves as comfort and a basis for a good night sleep.
To use the formula and ensure a proper amount of available parts can of course be an economical issue and time could be a hinder too. But the really serious issue is storage space.
Some people buy stuff first, then starts to search desperately for a space to store it in. A stressful, but very effective approach. On the opposite, there are those who start the storage search before they buy a new car or a bulky part. A reasonable and logical way forward with one big drawback. There's no urgency and hence no real incentive to find a new garage spot.
All I want for Christmas is a large, dry and warm space of my own, with no rats, close to my home. For a low cost.