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A 6.2L would probably be the easiest swap. Military CUCVs had a 6.2L and a TH400. Any required parts will be relatively easy to find. Banks has a kit to put a turbo on a 6.2L.
I had an '85 CUCV Blazer with the 6.2L/TH400 combo. It should run great for you.
2002 F-250 CCLB FX4 - AFE2-PG7 Intake, MBRP 4" Exhaust, Odyssey PC1750 Batteries, Roof rack, laptop mount, radio console, and still working..
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