Superior Used Cars Ltd. has as the most prominent display on its lot an immaculate, highly polished model which rotates slowly on a raised circular platform under powerful floodlights. The price is on the windshield - $17,700.00. Walking home one evening, Williams noticed the display and stopped and asked the sales agent for a demonstration. The sales agent then proceeded to try and interest him in several other models, which, she urged were "really better" than the one displayed, when Williams persisted in wanting to see the one displayed the sales agent replied that it was not actually for sale, but was being used as an advertising gambit. Has Williams any claim that a contract existed? Please provide reasons.
The question belongs to Law and it discusses about a situation where a car salesman says to a potential customer that the price quoted for the car on display is just a gambit. The conditions of this situation have been analyzed.
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