If you see my DIY, I ended up using (2) halves of a Mustang splitport fuel rail plus the portion of my 95 fuel rail that held the FP regulator. Of the mustang rails, I used two of the segments that on a stock mustang would be from the driver's side.
If you do decide to use the passenger side segment from the rail, you will need to tweak it as by default, it will want to be about 1/2" into the area occupied by the distributor cap. Using the driver's side fuel rail segment on the passenger side alleviates this issue.
I could have gotten away with just cutting/tweaking a single Mustang splitport rail BUT for a small incremental cost (the cost of a second Mustang fuel rail), I ended up having ZERO DIY connections (didn't JB Weld + Braize any connectors onto the rails). I just used the stock barbs.
If you have the patience, I'd wait for another V6 F150 engine and snap it up. If you are looking for the "ultimate" setup, you can pick up a Windstar upper Intake but performance wise, it's pretty much the same as an F150 upper intake but cast out of plastic vs metal.
V6 F150s are probably more common in your part of the country than CA (where anyone who has a truck probably really needs it so it is more likely to be a V8 than a V6).
PS. I'm pretty sure you will need to relocate the EGR if you go with the F150 or Windstar intakes. There's simply not enough room up front with the Throttle Body, the Distributor, and the cooling hoses.