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Will 12-inch subwoofers fit in a Mustang trunk?

Hey, I'm just wondering if there's any way that 12 inch subwoofers will fit in the trunk of a 94-04 Mustang? Seems like i read at one point that its nearly impossible to put 12's in. I know youre thinking "well just get 10's." That was my original intention. I was going to buy this pair here:
Kicker 10C102 (10C102) 10" Single 2 Ohm Comp Series Subwoofers
Nice subs, solid, good brand.
Well, i saw these 12's here, that handle twice as much power, for only $7 more, so I feel like an idiot if i take the 10's over these.
2 Kicker 07CVR124 (07CVR12-4) 12" Dual 4 ohm CompVR Subwoofers

I would just get the 10 inch model like those 12's but the pair is $40 more for the 10's. WTF, right?
Kicker 07CVR104 (07CVR10-4) 10" Dual 4 ohm CompVR Subwoofers

So back to the main question, if i were to get the 12's, is there a way i can make them work in the back of a Mustang? (With a box, of course)

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