Meyers Salvage in South Dakota, then I have a place about an hour from me that also does salvage, among several others I deal with. The N tractors are well supported. There is also a Jubilee available locally, whch followed the 8N. Nice thing with these little N tractors is that don't need a heavy trailer for them. They also have overdrive, so they can scoot down the road nicely. The one I went ahead and contacted about but waiting to hear back from is asking $2000 for the 8N, rear blade, scraper box, lift forks, and tire chains which are important here in snow country. The local prices are $1000 to $5000 in varying conditions. All are running. Some have loaders on them as well.Looks like parts are fairly easy to find. I think I remember seeing a huge tractor salvage yard somewhere in South Dakota. I drove the successor to the 8N for several years doing orchard maintenance for the neighbor. I liked it also. It was a little more adaptable and rugged.
It's all fun and games until the steering wheel breaks your thumb miserable old manual steeringI like old tractors. I cut my driving skills teeth on an 8N and a "poppin' johnny". The 8N was still sitting in the yard when we sold the parents place in 2006. It was split in half waiting for a clutch.