Sway bar for 1970 LTD off a 1984 Vic?

I was in my local salvage yard this past weekend and ran across a 1984 Crown Vic with the police package. It had a pretty heavy duty rear sway bar. I was wondering if this sway bar would bolt up to my 1970 Ford LTD?
This car "rolls" on the turns. I was hoping if it would fit without too much modification it might be a cheer p handling improvement. They seem to have the same type of rear end.
Thoughts? Tommy http://users.erols.com/tudball/LTD.html
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That is a "1987" Crown Vic. Not an 84.
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It'll help but it has to be matched with the front sway bar and with shock rates to get the full benefit.
It's gonna affect handling... but could be tricky
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The cars of that era had pretty wimpy sway bars. My '71 doesn't even have a rear sway bar.
The best solution is to get the sway bars (front and rear) from a station wagon of the same era. They will be heavier. That's what I did on my '69 and it was a great improvement.
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