I was told that my 1971 Ford Torino 500 had a lever, switch or button of some sort in the trunk that allowed you to raise or lower the rear end. Is this true and if so, where is it located normally?

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People say all sorts of things. I have never heard that Torino's had an adjustable rear suspension and I used to own a 71 GT Torino convertible. Maybe they were talking about air shocks.

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