Ford pretty much standardized their MAF, as long as it is a 6-pin, but the voltage tables are completely different on all of them. You would require the services of a professional tuner to make any of those work.
At that comes the thought, what is your reasoning for a different MAF from stock? Typically the only reason for this upgrade is due to forced induction and the stock MAF's voltage table is too small for the amount of air now being moved through it.
If this is just an aesthetic upgrade, and since your stock MAF is a cartridge style, then I would suggest this: