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You could just go to the hardware store and buy some plexiglass (get them to cut it along with a hole for a fan/filter). They did all that for me when I built a starter box for my gas R/C truck (I thought it would be neat to see through it). But make sure you buy good glue/adhesive to put it together! My box caved in after pressing the truck down on it to start the motor after a couple of days! I found some good stuff on “eplastics” to put it back together and it’s still around my garage somewhere ready to be charged and used again! I imagine you could rip a small fan out of something small and wire it straight to a battery pack to keep the air circulating (but not to cool..You want to keep it warm inside)

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