427 Cobra
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The pedals has were the hardest challenge of the project.  My goal was to have a power assist brake and a hydraulic clutch.  By the way, StreetBeast said it couldn't be done.

The problem was with what is called the steering column support.  As you can see in the picture above, the front brace crowds the left foot.  This would happen with or without using a hydraulic clutch.

I wanted to use the Wilwood pedals, but the spacing needed to get my size 12 shoes to fit just wasn't working out.

So the only solution was to make my own pedal arms so I could control the spacing and to cut out the front brace and replace it with a diagonal brace giving me more clearance for my left foot.

I made a firewall out of 1/8 inch steel plate and added some angle iron bracing.  This may be a bit of over engineering, but I like this area to be strong with no chance of flexing.