Yes, but there are also incidental costs. Motormounts, AC filter/dryer, new pump perhaps and freon, slave cylinder perhaps, fluids, not to mention the cost of re-sizing drive shafts. Alignment check, etc.
It will be quite a good deal.
When I finished mine, I was amazed at how well it drove, performed and over the years, the consistency of performance and longevity. The Cummins 5.9 12V is such superior engine.
Before you set a Cummins 12V with 202K, go to the Dodge or Cummins dealer and get a crankcase ventilation filter. It is a baffle plate that goes on the left side of the engine up under the injector pump. While it is only 6 bolts, a plate and gasket (@85.00) it is very difficult to replace in the engine bay. The lower pump brackets has to be removed, as well the lift pump. Will prevent front & rear main seal and gasket leaks later.
Keep us posted on your build. I'd be interested your approach to intercooling and fan setup.