I paid $900 for a set of four mint SRT Design wheels with cheapo chinese garbage 245/35/20 tires back in late 2009. I paid another $300 for a brand new one from the dealer when one was bent and a wheel repair place said it couldn't be repaired. I also pay that same shop $125 per wheel to refinish them every so often when they get damaged, on a case by case basis (did it last June after curbing one in Indy, and did one in 2013 after curbing it entering my old apartment complex).
Back in 09, minus the tires, that mint set would have been about $500 for just the wheels. I wouldn't hesitate to pay that much for them again, provided they're in great shape. If I had to refinish all four at the price my local guy charges, I'd be spending $500 just for that service.
If your local wheel shop charges the same and all four need to be refinished, you're looking at $650 for mint SRT Designs, plus sensors and tires. I just paid $1100 for a set of 245/45/20 (went up a size after bending two) Continental ExtremeContact Sport summer tires. That's on the expensive side for very good tires, cheaper Chinese brands might run $100 per tire.
$650 for mint condition (if the wheel shop is worth its salt, of course) OEM SRT Design wheels (full set!) I think is a good price. That's about $162.50 per wheel. Nice looking aftermarket wheels routinely go for well over that much.
If I wasn't already being threatened to get rid of things I don't need since we're hoping to move out of state soon, I'd consider picking them up at that $150 price myself to have spares. I'm already keeping an eye out for one good wheel to replace one that was botched in a previous crack repair.
Just some food for thought.
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