Maybe I know nothing about it, as you say, maybe I do. But I do know after sitting down for chats with Ford brand managers, engineers and marketing people over the years they don't easily give up lucrative markets if they can avoid it. I subscribe to several magazines but I don't take what they say as gospel, their lead times are long compared to online.I guess the idea of a educated and informed decision is not so popular with the "I can say anything I please and offer an opinion on everything I know nothing about" crown. Or is it you just can't stand to pay for an opinion? Informed or else ways? It's probably a generation or two difference thing, as I have well over 35 different subscriptions to not only every Car & Truck rag out there, I also enjoy the Gun, Knife and Self defense publications as well. Reading is good for the sole, mind and intellect.
Actually... I knew what you meant. My response was sarcasm as well, why I started the response with "yeah". Believe them.... nope, they can't make up their mind half the time. If they said the GT wouldn't have the V8, they sure changed their mind:I was being sarcastic but I suppose that blew right over your head...According to C and D the Mustang will NEVER be the great product the Camaro is...Surely you believe that as well?