Colonial, a manufacturer of custom exterior doors and windows, verbally contracted with Crista Contractors to design and build a custom door for a house that Crista had built in a very exclusive tract. After Colonial had completed substantial work on the door, Crista informed Colonial that the house had been destroyed by fire and that Crista was canceling the contract. Nevertheless, Colonial finished the door and shipped it to Crista, who refused to take delivery. Crista contends that the contract cannot be enforced because it violated the statute of frauds for not being in writing. Is Crista’s contention correct?