Hook sold two milk trucks, together with two milk routes, to Janssen. At the time of the sale, Hook told Janssen that the trucks were in good condition. Janssen, however, had inspected the trucks before purchasing them. He was aware that the trucks needed repairs and were in generally poor condition. After purchasing the trucks, Janssen spent a considerable amount of money for work done on the trucks. He then brought a lawsuit against Hook for the amount spent, claiming that the statement by Hook that the trucks were in good condition amounted to a breach of an express warranty. Is Janssen correct?