Huh, interesting. Not sure I'd trust a random Craigslist post. Also -- if it was Gingerbread, I think it'd be going for a lot more than $400 (which is the average price of a used Nexus One at the moment).
It'll be interesting to see how this plays out.
Yeah $400 is the average price for a T-Mobile N1 at the moment. But if it actually were Gingerbread, that could be very interesting for sites like Engadget or Gizmodo. I just tipped Engadget about it but oh well. There's some weird stuff on CL sometimes...
Contacted owner. Said brother works at Google ("worked" if this thing goes onto a major blog). Claims he had no idea the phone was worth more. Arranging a meetup for hands on.