Ford gaskets come from a variety of manufacturers, but I can't recall ever seeing a Lima engine with OEM FelPro head gaskets.
If they are OEM gaskets, they usually have the Ford part number on them in one corner, and they are also usually the graphite type.
I have a couple of OEM sets here and both are McCord made gaskets.
(McCord is a division of the Federal-Mogul company as are FelPro gaskets, so I wouldn't doubt that later vehicles may used either brand gasket now). (Pre 1998 they were McCord Payen Inc. - McCord Gasket Division).
It sounds to me that it's had a problem in the past? How many miles have you put on it? If there's a chance this is a repeat problem I'd maybe think about a whole engine swap since it's got 112K on it.
I've only seen one cracked head on one of these motors and that was on a brand new truck. I have seen a few heads that were pretty warped though, and I have seen a couple of cracked cylinder walls on 2.3L's.
Just to be safe, move each piston down and check each cylinder carefully, the ones that I saw had tiny hairline cracks that looked almost like an eyelash. I would definitely send the head out for a hot pressure check.
I would also look all parts over real close, look for things like pistons or intake or exaust runners that are cleaner than the others. Things like this are a clue to where the antifreeze was coming from. Also keep in mind that a cylinder that's been washed down with antifreeze could also have damage caused by the antifreeze from the hydraulic effects of fluid in the cylinder, (Like bend rods, expanded cylinder walls, or collapsed pistons).
I'm only listing this since it's often overlooked and if the head gasket didn't look blown, you may want to look farther before reassembling the engine.
Did the head bolts feel loose when you first went to loosen them? I have seen a few that had similar problems that seemed to have real loose head bolts.
I would be more concerned with any damage that may have been caused by the antifreeze more than a 75hp shot of N.O.S. If the oil was contaminated with antifreeze, I would consider the posibility of bearing damage.
Make sure that you flush it well and do a few oil changes right away to get all the antifreeze out of the crankcase.