There are a lot of them here in NW Jersey, the Deere dealer in Warren County usually has a few for sale, they let the owner(s) put them on their lot (for a fee it would think). I missed out on one last year on eBay that was local, real nice and went for $1800. Some people think that just because it's old, it's worth a fortune, the same holds true with 8N's. There were so many manufactured, and there are still so many around that you can still get one in operating condition for a reasonable price. I know of several in Stillwater and nearby towns that are still in use on farms. Eventually I'll get one, when I have the spare $$.
Did you know...
The Ford 8N Tractor used a Ford Flathead 4 cylinder engine, which was almost identical to the engine used in the Model A.http://www.tractordata.com/td/td223.html
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"The Tractor That Made The Mule Obsolete."