Re: Rem 700 LA
To me, I would be inclined to say that it's worth actully less trued than not. If you are reasonably certain that it is a good job, then you could say it's worth more than a stock one. A new one can be had for $375 and you'll have a brand new barrel that you could sell for $20, a stock for $35-40 and will have a trigger and misc parts left over. This is of course bargain prices so things move. You have to go from there to see what You think it's worth. Depending on the application, You may still want to re-true it. A decent gun can be built on it without a lot of work though, or any work from where it's sitting.
If you have something that you disassemble and reassemble enough times, sooner or later, you'll have two!