Whatever you do it will never drive like a modern car over bumps. It is, quite simply, a part of the basic 60-year-old design.
However, the way to keep the bumpiness to a minimum is to use top quality as-original rubber spring cones, make sure the ride height is as original, or even slightly higher, and don't set the dampers too hard (if they are adjustable). 10" wheels do make a big difference as the higher aspect ratio of the tyres gives more suspension compliance.
With the suspension settings accurate in terms of toe-out (on the front), camber, toe-in (on the rear) and all suspension bushes in good condition, the road-holding will be fine for all types of road driving as will the handling.
There are no 11" wheels