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1973 f100 4x4 blocks qustions

I am about to buy a 1973 f100 4x4 woth a 360 fe block that is shot, at the moment i would like to put in a different block. My qustion is what engine blocks can i put in that will give me lots 350+hp and still bolt right up to the stock auto trany?
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