In case you have thoughts of doing this yourself.
I did my own on a 1950 that I later sold. It was more for cosmetic reasons but the speedometer needle had age cracked and fell off and the fuel gauge wasn't working because the truck had a rookie voltage conversion to 12 volts. I decided to buy a new reproduction fuel gauge made for 12 volts, so that I didn't have to add a dropping resistor.
I bought new reproduction:
* Speedometer needle
* Decal kit
* Fuel gauge (12V)
* 2X chrome bezels
* 2X glass faces (mine were scratched).
I already had the paint I needed. I was satisfied with the results. The hardest part for me was working underneath the dash with these old bones.
I used Tech Tips for reference: https://www.stovebolt.com/techtips/gauges/speedometer/index.html