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The plaintiffs claimed that the van was uncrashworthy in that the roof lacked adequate strength to withstand the forces of a foreseeable rollover. They also alleged that a company that had converted the van to a four-wheel-drive vehicle was liable because the modification raised the van’s center of gravity. Lee v. Ford Motor Co.
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