Costs are all over the board depending on where you are, shop you use, color, if primer is used, prep required, etc. And that’s all assuming you have everything prepped and sandblasted or chemically stripped. Moral is, it doesn’t matter too much what I pay, you’ll only know how much it’s going to cost by calling local shops in your area and asking them what the price is. I will say that it’s much better to take lots of pieces as the cost per piece generally goes way down. Also, you can’t powdercoat the stock a-arms.