I couldn't get my 01 out of my driveway in the winter, let alone try and drive it on slick roads. I've got a 69 Bronco, an 86 Bronco, and a 2006 F 150 4x4, they get driven in the winter. My job gives me a new PowerStroke F350 4x4 for work, so thats covered. Around here, even if the roads are dry it can cloud up and cover the roads in no time flat, you don't wanna get caught out in the 'Stang. I've seen a few guys do it, but I wouldn't. No salt on the roads here, so rust isn't a problem.
2001 Gt (gone but not forgotten, always loved!)
Mineral Grey, KN cold air, SLP cat back, 4:10 gears, Hurst compitition plus shifter, rear window louvers, silver face gauges, Boss Shinoda chin spoiler, Kaminari side skirts, Shaker hoodscoop
Best time 14.20 @ 7000 ft elev (on G-tech performance meter).
real men drive domestic