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The gas pedal is not affected.
The brake pedal would be a narrower than normal for an auto car but I can't see how it would interfere with the conversion.
 

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It will be fine. Leave the clutch in, in case you want to switch back. My clutch on my car is always depressed down and covered with the floor mat, cause I have an auto.
 

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The automatic brake pedals and the manual brake pedals are identical except for the sheet metal foot pad part. You can get a manual pad and cut your auto pedal to fit (I use the clutch pedal as a template on 65-69 cars as it is a mirror image of the brake pedal)
 

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That's what I've got in my car currently, with an auto. I'm keeping them in, because I've got a Tremec TKO just sitting out in the garage just waiting to be put in.
 

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Mine was that way when I bought it. I was quite surprised to find a clutch pedal when I pulled up what was left of the carpet. It's still there as it gave me ideas of switching from an automatic to a 5 speed.
I converted SWMBO's '86 to an AOD. It was a year before I finally got around to swapping out the pedals. I shouldn't have bothered because she never noticed the pedal under the carpet anyway. :D
 
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