Jake loves old cars and goes to a used car dealership that specializes in fixing up Mustang’s. Mr. Johnson the sales manager at the dealership, shows Jake an old Mustang that just came in on the lot. Jake gets exited thinking the Mustang is a rare 1964 model and asks what year it is. Mr. Johnson knowing that the car is a 1965 Mustang
tells Jake that it is a 1964 and asks for $2,000 more dollars than the car is worth. Jake buy’s the car and few months’ later finds out that it is in fact a 1965 Mustang. What choices does Jake have?