Henningsen purchased a brand- new Plymouth automobile from Bloomfield Motors and gave it to his wife as a gift. While driving the new car, Henningsen’s wife crashed into a brick wall and was injured because a defect in the steering wheel caused her to lose control of the car. She sued Bloomfield Motors for her injuries under the breach of the implied warranty of merchantability. Bloomfield Motors claimed that there was no privity of contract between them and Mrs. Henningsen and that she could not recover. Can Mrs. Henningsen recover from Bloomfield Motors?

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