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Chassis that fits 1928 studebaker victoria coupe

hello I recently retired and am now ready to undertake rebuilding a 1928 studebaker victoria coupe. plans are to transfer the body to a 121 inch wheelbase frame and running gear so I can use it while I totally redo the original frame. Anyone have any ideas as to what frame I could use that would minimise the altering of the body?

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I have a 30 stude Vicky coupe body and mine sets on a 2x4" tube copy of a 32 Ford frame, extended about 5". The original frame was too heavy duty for a fenderless car.
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thanks foir the info Bob. Do you know if "71-"76 GM B-body car frames would work?
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Way to wide,,
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afraid of that, Thanks again.
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