Gerard and Leann have always wanted a custom vehicle to drive on weekends. Gerard had heard of this company called Dream Vehicles, Inc., who convert ordinary vehicles into custom performance vehicles. Th ey went to their local car dealership and purchased a Dodge Durango. Th eir dealership then delivered the Durango to Dream Vehicles to convert it into a Shelby SP 360—a high performance vehicle. Dream purchased most of the parts from High Performance Supplies and began working on the conversion. Th e conversion took approximately three months. Th e cost for the conversion was $24,500. On schedule, Dream Vehicles delivered the Shelby SP 360 to the dealership. Th e dealership paid Dream Vehicles. Excited about this new car, Gerard and Leann picked up the vehicle and drove it off the lot. About a mile from home, the car made a funny noise and just stopped. A mechanic inspected and examined the vehicle and determined that the parts were substandard and that the vehicle would never run unless it was rebuilt from scratch. Gerard and Leann were furious and wanted their money back for Dream’s poor workmanship. Gerard and Leann sue Dream Vehicles for breach of contract. Th e court has requested a legal brief examining whether the U.C.C. or the common law of contracts applies. Your attorney has requested that you prepare the initial document to be submitted to the court.
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