My reason for posting this is that I firmly believe other HAMBER's have some abused B&D Workmates off in the corners of their garages like I do. I was surfin' the net looking for replacement parts for my w-m tables. I stumbled on the fact there is almost kind of a cult following for these things. All pretty much feel that the new ones have a lot more plastic than the old ones but they still deserve some respect. Turns out that these things were invented in England and that there is even a book written about them. I went out and looked at my two and discovered that I apparently have a very early one where it is the rear board that moves versus the later front moving boards. The front moving board one has the advantage of positioning the rear board in about 3 different positions depending on the size of the thing you want to clamp down on. The thing that struck me in my search is that someone made the statement that, "you never see one of these things used for sale." I think that is a true statement. I've mocked up and made a lot of parts on the two tables I have. Welding on them is what usually takes its toll on the boards. I need to replace the boards and I was looking for replacements for that when I went searching. I think that the old w-m's may be an unsung hero of the garages.