Ingram v Little [1961]

Sellers advertised car for sale.
Rogue offered to buy.
Offered to pay by cheque but sellers insisted on cash.
He gave them his name as Hutchinson and gave address.
Sellers checked in phone book and found was such person
living at such address.
Sellers then allowed rogue to take car in return for
worthless cheque.
Defendants bought car in good faith from rogue.
Court of Appeal held contract between sellers and
rogue was void for mistake as to identity.
Circumstances indicated it was Hutchinson who they
intended to deal with, not rogue.

Car still belonged to sellers.