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Ap0lio
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Im building a box for my buddies mustang convertible.... gonnna be pretty easy just wondered if anyone has ever made a box for a similar car :p
 

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depends on the year. i just finished building a sealed box for my sis's 96 mustang. 11x14x32. if i measured everything correctly it should easily slide in the trunk, and fit right up behind the rear seats.
 

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Ap0lio
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my measurments are 30" long, 13" deep, 10" high on the back wall 7.5" high on the front wall ..... thier facing the trunk door.... ill post some pics after i get everything installed.... box is sealed PERFECTLY and is nice n tight with them audiobahns :D :cool:
 

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MoneyMike said:
its a bitch trying to get boxes in the back of 99 and up stangs
any of the newer body styles are a bitch. that's why the box i built is exactly 11" deep, so i could drop it though the crappy trunk opening. i'm just hoping i can mount the subs before i get the box in.
 

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xbrightsidex said:
any of the newer body styles are a bitch. that's why the box i built is exactly 11" deep, so i could drop it though the crappy trunk opening. i'm just hoping i can mount the subs before i get the box in.
first time i built a box i didnt measure teh trunk opening :rolleyes:

will never do that again.
 

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If I were building a box for a convertible, it would be down firing. If its not too late to change that, I would seriously consider it.
 

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I built one for my 1985 Camaro...it was a ported box and if any of you have ever seen the rear hatch of a Camaro...you can appreciate the difficulty in building a box for the rear well...that had to meet certain air space requirements and also be able to port it to tune it correctly.
 
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