125 ! Yikes I got a set of Delco professional wires for my shop cost of 28!
They're better than original factory wires (esp. at 106,000 miles) plus they're guarenteed for "life" (however long that is!)
Just do your self and car a favor and don't buy the 'bargain brand' wire set. doing wires on the 3.5 is a bit of a labor of love, and not something you want to do every 6 months!
I've heard that the Jacob's Ignition wires are beyonf the best... I'm ordering a set for my 3.3L the end of this week (for 3.3L's it's only $65... hehe... sorry 3.5 guys). When you get them make sure that you find out what the plugs are supposed to be gapped, with Jacob's wires you gap your plugs wider than w\ stuff you get from part stores... I'll let everyone know if they're good/bad/ or whatever...
I have taylor wires, or taylor-vertex as you may want to say. 8mm wires, the part number I have below is for blue, if you ask summit they can give you the number for black which is the only other choice for the 3.5 engine, don't know nothing about the weak and tiny 3.3, just kidding couldn't resist. TAY-74678 and is 64.69 from summit back on back order always since not many people order wires like this for this car. Taylor makes wires just as good or better than jacobs. There is nothing wrong with jacobs or anything just saying what I know from experience and fact. Magnecor makes a decent set of wires but they cost too much. You can look at my pics on my webpage or Intrepid of the month and see I have the blue wires on there and they just happen to fit in the holder. I had upgraded to these wires before the MSD system but if your going to do that system you can't have crap wires or they'll fry themselves.