The R & R Door Co. (R&R), a manufacturer of custom interior and exterior doors, orally contracted with Rolland to design and build custom interior doors for Rolland’s new house at a price of $1,500 per door or a total cost of $6,000 for four doors. After R&R had competed substantial work on the doors, Rolland changed his mind and decided against custom doors because of the price. He so advised R&R of his decision and stated that he would not take delivery of the custom built doors. Nevertheless, R&R finished the small amount of work that had to be done and delivered the doors to Rolland. Rolland claimed that he was not legally bound to take the doors since the contract was not in writing as required by the statute of frauds. Is Rolland correct?