Ford Mustang Forum - View Single Post - Driving a GT in winter....Crazy or OK?
View Single Post
post #10 of (permalink) Old 06-07-2010
Dewracer007
PONY Member
 
Dewracer007's Avatar
 
Joined: Apr 2010
Location: Tampa Bay
Posts: 468
 
I had a 90 LX in Buffalo. Shod it with studded snow tires and one day leaving the snow covered parking lot I let out the clutch with out the gas and it just spun. Winter driving a Pony car is a great lesson in car control. At Skip Barber we had to wet down the skid pad and it was not as good of a lesson as a winter driving experience in the Mustang. However, the winter salt will corrode your baby. The following winter I bought a 4 wheel drive beater for $1,300 and stored the Mustang until the sun came out again.

I love Mustangs and everything they stand for. I have lived in Florida for the past 17 years because I love to drive the sports cars year round.

Hope this helps.

Kona Blue GT Premium, 3.73's, Brembo's, HID, Security, Black Leather int. Jon Lund 93 octane Tune, Stainless Works X pipe, GT 500 exhaust, K&N airfilter, Roush Cue Ball shift knob, Roush lower control arms, Nitto NT05's 275/35ZR19's on rear, Nitto NT555 275/35ZR19's up front. Kicker 6X8 speakers, Escort Solo Radar Detector
Dewracer007 is offline  
 
 
For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome