Now, take that to Transport Canada and see what reaction you get; I can give you a hint. A gent in Nanaimo was doing exactly that, using imported bodies, and building his own chassis. TC showed up, said quit that: you can build and sell all of these, but none of them are legal for the road until you follow the same rules as GM. Send us 3 identical cars (at your cost) and a blank cheque for what is costs us to test them to destruction. If they DO pass the crash tests, and all the other regulations we have here (the book is nearly a foot thick), we will send you the remains (at your cost) with a report on the results. However, if you change ONE ITEM on your production line, then you must repeat the process. Faced with such expenses, clearly the guy quit. Apparently, one can build and sell the cars, but only for track use, never for road use.
I learned from him, and a guy in Victoria who was producing 32 Ford roadsters, and decided that TC was out to destroy the kit building industry, which is why it doesn't exist today. It is clear to me that the high-level bureaucracy was simply bought and paid for by GM, Ford and Chrysler. We have no chance, as far as I can see, and unless you are willing to gamble at ton of money on this, I don't think you have a chance either. If, through some wild fluke, you are willing to go into production, I assure you there will be no shortage of qualified chassis and body builders ready to supply you with all you need!