I had a massive box in my trunk that took up all the space.I decided to go the fiberglass route and use up some otherwise useless space in the corner of the trunk.
Choice of Sub was a JL Audio10w1 v 3.2
Reasons being :
1.Small enclosure size of .55 cu ft
2.I wanted a full sized sub as opposed to a flat sub
4.I preferred a 2 ohm sub to maximize my amp output
5.I am a JL fanboy lol
Now excuse the messy car, its a daily driven work horse.
I misplaced some pics of the process, but this is what is missing:Three layers of masking tape were spread across the area where the enclosure was to be going.Everything else covered in plastic bags and tape.Two layers of fiberglass went into the spot to make a shell of the back of the box.This car has a lot of pocket spaces and these were incorporated for more enclosure space.Two rings of Mdf were cut to support the speaker