I'm charging them the going rate for 4/4 and 8/4 cherry here in Santa Fe, which is 10 times what I paid for it.
Here's the link to the members only Becksvoort article - https://www.finewoodworking.com/2002/12/01/harvest-table
The changes I made based on Alison's table were mainly dimensional and per the client. The Becksvoort table is too wide for their space. I'm also doing pull out supports for the drop leaves and they wanted a simple square edge rather than a rule joint.
Thanks for the advice everyone! My only real thought about keeping the wagon vise would be to pinch boards for face planing or some touting operations. Planing I suppose could be done with a stop and the holding could be with dogs on the chop. All this to say, I’m thinking I’ll do a tail vise setup. I guess I won’t have to cut condor tails!