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Old 09-16-2012, 10:03 AM
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Corvette frame on S10 is it possible

So I would like to know if a 2000 Chevy s10 body would fit on a corvette chassis if so what would be the best year and model

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Probably easier to graft the Vette components to your s10.......
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Oh dear God, will it "fit"? HUH? Think about what question, will it "FIT", you KNOW it won't fit, can it fit with enough modification? Of course, you could modify a White Freightliner frame to fit a Yugo if you spend enough time and money.

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Would you do it for the "handling" ?
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Would you do it for the "handling" ?
Exactly what I was wondering. You know for a body-on-frame truck, these vehicles can actually handle quite well. I wouldn't bother trying stuck anything from a corvette into an S-10 other than maybe the engine (and that's only if the corvette was a 97 or newer model)
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I am the wrong guy to ask as I can show you a Jeep Wrangler on a C-4 Corvette chassis and am currently building a rod on a Suzuki Sidekick chassis with a 472 Cad/T400 and 9 inch rear to have a custom body..So in this case a complete C-4 chassis and grafting the S-10 body on it is well withing the realm of possible..Of course it all depends on the skills of the builder..

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Technically yes, but there are a few problems:

Generally the corvette has a shorter wheelbase and a slightly wider track. This means at the very least the wheels will stick out a bit. If you put a flare over the wheels then that solves the problem.

Then there's the problem of actually finding a suitable corvette chassis. Would it be cost effective?
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