Age would have a lot to do with value. If it were from the mid '50's (I think they started the .308 around 1955), with the ribbed forearm, the value would probably be north of $1,000.00. A deluxe , with basket weave fore end and monte carlo stock I would guess in the $700-$ 800 range. If just a run of the mill 760 from the late 60's to early 80's, I would say around $500-$600 if in truly excellent condition.
I'm no expert on 760's, I'm not familiar with all the available trim options , years of production, ect... but I have owned a few of them over the years. The only one I still have is a 1952 in .35 Rem. It is no safe queen, and it shows. It is the gun I often carry the remainder of the season once I shoot a buck. They are a pleasure to carry. I had a .30-06 in carbine that was a real tooth rattler.
I'm sure some resident 760 experts can give you better gen than this, but that's what I know.
Hope you can buy it. Good luck.
Last edited by simoncool; 02-22-2018 at 12:01 AM.