Ya having another pair of wheels that are good for the winter season is a great idea I plan on doing the same thing since I'm in Canada lol. Can get alot of snow, but it's better for the weather to keep you more safe and it lets your expensive nice tires and rims stay nice for the spring and summerAlso, a set of skinny snow tires on a spare set of wheels would help a bunch in the winter as well.
I know of many many people in my area that drive RWD sports cars (Camaros, Firebirds, GTOs, Chargers, etc) through the winter that put snow tires on them in the winter months with great results.
this is what you can expect.i was forced to drive my 69 when i was younger i went no where,stiff suspension does not work in snow,wide tires dont work in snow,my mom has a v8 2002 cougar its wild on snowy days too.Drove my Vette in the snow last winter. Of course, I'm on more aggressive summer tires, but traction control or not, I couldn't get the car over 16 mph, and got stuck twice on slight uphill stretches. It took 35 minutes to go 5 miles in 4" of snow. 2 weeks later, I bought my truck.