Would You Drive A Classic All Winter?

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Don't be a fair-weather friend.

Welcome to Morning Would, where we present you with some of the most desirable, controversial cars ever built and ask what you would do to drive one.


In many Northern locales, all the good cars disappear in the winter. The guy in Sweden that drives his M3 all summer drives a Renault Scenic with steel wheels all winter. There's good reason-the salt on the roads causes rusting, and sports cars and classics tend to have less grip-but it's sad to see all the eye candy disappear in the autumn.

The owner of this old S-class clearly doesn't hide it away in the winter. More risks, indeed, but more chances for cool snowy shots like this as well. He or she is taking the concept of "driven, not hidden" to a new level.

Are you a garage-r, or do you like to set your car free, no matter the weather? Either way, let us know in the comments.

Photo Credit: Otis Blank



It all depends on how you define "classic" if this Audi Quattro falls under that category then hells yeah I would drive it in the winter. In fact I may prefer to drive it in the winter.