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85 F150 302 EFI vs. newer 302 EFI?

I may need to replace my engine due to a possible bent push rod, so my question is can I swap a mustang 302 in place without many difficulties? Or is it not worth thinking about it.

And is swapping a newer F150 like an 1988 best? Idk. The engine now before sucked anyways, so looking into a parts vehicle for entire drivetrain unless I get a HO mustand engine.
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