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New Box, 1984 Porsche 944


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944guy 
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hey just finished making my new box its made of Russian plywood and the parts you can see are maple with trim on the side. It has two peerless eights in it running on one MB Quart RAB 250 2-Channel Amplifier.
New Box, 1984 Porsche 944 - Last Post -- posted image.
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New Box, 1984 Porsche 944 - Last Post -- posted image.
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not a fan of wood showing or of subs showing out the back window...tint that thing! but craftsmanship looks pretty good!
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944guy 
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thank you i take pride in what i do. here when i was making it
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slipitysmooth 
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looks real good man, how big is that?
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2.5 cubic feet.
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jvillefinest wrote:
not a fan of wood showing or of subs showing out the back window...tint that thing! but craftsmanship looks pretty good!

I completely agree!!! If you wanna show off your beautiful woodwork, then build a porch. New Box, 1984 Porsche 944 - Last Post -- posted image.

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944guy 
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I was thinking of making a fiberglass one but it would look bad in the car its in. its a 25 year old Porsche so i wanted it to look retro.
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I got it DB tested it hit 138.2 at the port and 132 at the kick panel.
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944guy wrote:
I was thinking of making a fiberglass one but it would look bad in the car its in. its a 25 year old Porsche so i wanted it to look retro.
use some nice wood stain on it. That would make it look trick if you were going for the wood look.
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