2020 has turned into the year of work benches. I first work bench I bought this year was a steel work bench from a dealership that was closing and auctioning its service bay equipment and showroom furniture. I next went to another auction where there was another metal workbench that was sitting outside. It was heavier than the first bench I bought. I disassembled it for transportation. It needs cleaned up and has not been assembled yet. The next workbench I acquired was a wooden bench from the basement of the house my mother was selling as she was downsizing. This was my father's reloading bench he acquired at a Sear's outlet. Next I bought a wood topped bench at an auction. This one has metal legs and a top made from an old bowling alley lane. It weights a ton. We had to get it out of a basement. (I also bought a metal lathe and machinist plate. That was quite a workout getting everything out of the basement.) I ended up cleaning up the legs of the workbench and painting them since they had rust on them. I ended up rewiring and replacing the outlets on the back of the bench. I took pictures of it today after I finished setting it up and rewiring it after having it sit in my shop for three months. It is currently uncluttered and clean. which won't last long as can be seen by the other two benches I have set up. I actually bought another bench this year that I sold the next day. It was another metal mechanics bench similar to the the other two benches metal benches. 2020 certainly has been the year of work benches.