From looking at their other products it would be a minimum of $400 I'm guessing.
But when you think about it, I dropped $90 on a crappy foreign made Omix replacement speedometer that doesn't read accurately and the needle bounces all over. I spent another $75 each (times 4) on Autometer replacement oil pressure, water temp, fuel level and volt gauges, and my fuel level gauge still doesn't read accurately due to the crappy quality of replacement sending units. That's right up there in the ballpark of what you could spend for a single high quality gauge that will outlast the rest of the Jeep and be accurate, reliable and modern while keeping the original look.
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