I'm in the initial planning and parts collection phase of my first hot rod build - a 28' sport coupe. I've decided on a traditional build... I love the look of a 28/29 cowl on 32' rails. That being said, I want this thing to handle the best I can make it using "traditionalish" components. I want it to sit low... probably lower than a car would have in the 50s, but not stupid rat low. I'm thinking a 32' frame, pinched and bobbed, with kick ups (3" front and 4" rear?). I like the look of transverse springs front and rear. What can I do to accomplish my handling goals? I know vintage rubber in small widths will limit traction... I just want to find a happy medium. I've done some searching, and have been unable to find builds that focused on handling prowess. Any help or insight would be appreciated. Thanks!