I was reading my latest issue of MM and to my dismay they listed the most popular Mustangs by vintage. The MOST popular were the 65-66 cars followed by the 67-68 vehicles and then the Fox bodies were listed in front of the 69-70's, the 71&73's and the 72's. First let me say that they had no rational basis for their choices. They say there are more Fox bodies out there than the last five years of the first generation production. OF COURSE! These cars were built from 79-93(?). There would have to be more of them out there! Idiots! Next, they seem to have found a point of differentiation between the 71 & 73 Mustangs and their 72 brothers. These cars were almost identical with the exception of the linearly diluting performance moving from 71 to 73. How could they cull out the 72? A couple of months ago they ran an article on how to identify a "real" GT. Half the information was incorrect! Way to do their homework. I get the impression that the staff of MM is a collection of "professional" journalists that have no particular feeling for automobiles and would be just as happy at "People" writing about Brittany Spears.