Hi, all! I picked up this table earlier for $80. The seller wanted $100 for it, and I hemmed and hawed, but ultimately decided that these don't present themselves every day here in California, so I bit. It's missing the cutting boards, but I'll stuff something in there at some point. So, here's the thing, I know (or I think I know, lol) that it's a possum belly baker's table, but I'm trying to find out some more information about it. All the seller could tell me was that she purchased it a few years back from a 98-year-old man, and it had belonged to his mother. I've done a lot of googling, but I keep ending up with a multitude of Pinterest links that don't tell me anything (frustrating!). The odd thing is that the table came with a separate top that's not attached. The seller said she bought it that way, and has no idea why there's another piece. When packing it away, I discovered that the top that IS attached slides apart, like a leaf should fit into the middle. I'll get a photo of it later, but from what I've read about baker's tables, this isn't a normal feature. I'm attaching a photo that was posted on craigslist, but if someone needs another one, I'll try to snap one later. Any chance someone's seen or heard of something like this before?