Yes: I drive mine year around. Run snows in the winter. My wife drives her's almost year around (I have Eagle GTs on hers and they have a strip of all-season tread on the inside, seem to do pretty good in light snow), but has another car for the real snow days.
But here is the thing: I always urge caution with the newbee buyers. Because time and time again we see someone purchase a Sky Redline or Solstice GXP, and then immediately start complaining about having to fix things. Guess what? It is a Turbo ROADSTER! It is NOT a Toyota Corolla. These are NOT low maintenance cars by the McDonalds Generation's definition.
By my generations definition, they are very low maintenance cars. But we are accustomed to having to rebuild the carburetor once a year, reset the valves twice a year, and fix rust holes in the body twice a year.
SFC: As long as you are aware of the potential issues, that are well outlined in the forum, and are willing to accept that; then go buy the darn car and have fun. Go buy that Hydro Blue Redline in WV before I do. (I sent the seller's an email a couple days ago, I might be temped to try an make a deal).