Hello all! This is my first post, just found out about this forum. I currently own a 1964 Fleetwood as my summer cruiser. My 1996 Fleetwood has been my daily driver since 2013, it only has about 125,000 miles on it and by ziebarting yearly very minimal rust. Unfortunately, I was t-boned by a suburban running a red light. Car is absolutely mangled. My aunt recently gave up driving and offered me her 1988 Fleetwood. She lives in Texas, so it is completely rust free. If I throw on some snow tires and spray the undercarriage, would I be able to expect a similar driving experience as I had in my 1996 during winter? She’s done all the maintenance as her husband was meticulous about maintaining their vehicles. Just at 94 years old, she prefers to let others do the driving now! Thanks for your time!