you will likely need mor ethan 1 visit.
also.. some pics of areas that would have actually offered Identifying clues would have helped.
for instance. dash.. dash will tell you if it is a 9n/2n chassie vs 8n.
rear hubs will as well.
as I mentioned. 9n/2n/8n blocks all interchange to the trannies and bolsters.
all depends on where he saw that 8nb .
the hood comes off WITh the gas tank attached with 4 dash botls nad 2 dogleg bolts. however.. there is no need to remove it to do ignition work.
front mount dizzy have 4 wires.. and the dizzy comes off with 2 bolts.
side mount dizzy ar ehte normal looking ones and have 5 wires. you simply pop the bails open to work on the innards.
fromt he pics you posted. i'm going to say 8n but can't tell front mount or not.
at the end of the post will be my N service data list.
also.. i see she is on 6v.... and at 7ys. plan on the battery being toast.
i don't know of any free manuals online. most farm stores sell an FO-4 service manual.
i'm guessing you will have to tow it to the barn.
get some cheap atf -f or dex/merc 3. fill the cyls with it while waiting. it will help unstick the rings..e tc.
N fire order 1-2-4-3
Ford 9N, 2N, 8N Oil filters:
Ford Part Number: CPN 6371B 9N-18649, 9N-6714, 9N-2731
Fram C3, C3-P
NAPA Gold 1010
Motorcraft FL 144
Big A 92010
Purolater L20110 or L20701
Unocal OF 1010
Hastings Mighty M3LF-130
Ford 9-2-8n Front mount distribuitor ignition service:
gap points to .015
Front Mount distributor...
Standard Ignition Blue Streak #FD-6769X (Premium)
Standard Ignition #FD-71
Standard Ignition #FD-104
Standard Ignition #FD-126
Side-Mount Distributor: 8n thru 4 cyl thousand series
gap points to .025
NAPA HEAVY DUTY PIERCED (ventilated) #CS753
Standard Ignition #FD-8081
Standard Ignition Blue Streak #FD-8081X (Premium)
Standard Ignition #FD-75
Standard Ignition Blue Streak #FD75X (Premium)
Standard Ignition #FD-108
Standard Ignition #FD-128
side mount points hold down screws #8-32 X 3/16
FORD AUTOMOBILE dealer parts counter. come with built-in lockwasher. p/n 355047-S7 (#8-32 X 0.19)
All 4 cyl models can use AL-437 or champion H12 spark plugs instead of OEM Champion H10 or AL 216 plugs. many places call a champion H12 a '512'