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    Concealing a battery in the trunk

    Years ago I moved the battery to the trunk to get some real estate in the engine compartment. I purchased a replica/vintage pop cooler but with the GM logo. Looks good but I need something different and bigger as I purchased a bigger battery. Looking to do something different that conceals the battery when in the trunk. Ideally it would be mounted in the center and not to the side and as mentionned that it conceals the battery not with hold downs. Ideas and thoughts, pics if you got some.Thxs

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    I don't remember where I saw it, but saw a piece of vintage luggage used for this that was pretty neat.
    56-210, 283, 200-4R, Power steering, Power Brakes

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    I have always mounted batterys on right rear for traction .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ontario55 View Post
    Years ago I moved the battery to the trunk to get some real estate in the engine compartment. I purchased a replica/vintage pop cooler but with the GM logo. Looks good but I need something different and bigger as I purchased a bigger battery. Looking to do something different that conceals the battery when in the trunk. Ideally it would be mounted in the center and not to the side and as mentionned that it conceals the battery not with hold downs. Ideas and thoughts, pics if you got some.Thxs
    have you tought somethhing like i did, use the spare tire space for battery box?

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