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Wyoming town - population 1 - sells for $900,000 to Vietnamese buyer

A sign showing town owner Don Sammons is seen on a road in Buford, Wyoming in this undated handout photo supplied by Williams & Williams Real Estate Auction April 4, 2012. REUTERS/Williams&Williams/Handout

A sign showing town owner Don Sammons is seen on a road in Buford, Wyoming in this undated handout photo supplied by Williams & Williams Real Estate Auction April 4, 2012. REUTERS/Williams&Williams/Handout

A sign showing town owner Don Sammons is seen on a road in Buford, Wyoming in this undated handout photo supplied by Williams & Williams Real Estate Auction April 4, 2012. REUTERS/Williams&Williams/Handout
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Buford Trading Post, a convenience store and gas station, is seen in Buford, Wyoming in this undated handout photo supplied by Williams & Williams Real Estate Auction April 4, 2012. REUTERS/Williams&Williams/Handout

Buford Trading Post, a convenience store and gas station, is seen in Buford, Wyoming in this undated handout photo supplied by Williams & Williams Real Estate Auction April 4, 2012. REUTERS/Williams&Williams/Handout

Buford Trading Post, a convenience store and gas station, is seen in Buford, Wyoming in this undated handout photo supplied by Williams & Williams Real Estate Auction April 4, 2012. REUTERS/Williams&Williams/Handout
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The town marker of Buford, Wyoming is shown in this undated handout photo supplied by Williams&Williams Real Estate Auction April 4, 2012. REUTERS/Williams&Williams/Handout

The town marker of Buford, Wyoming is shown in this undated handout photo supplied by Williams&Williams Real Estate Auction April 4, 2012. REUTERS/Williams&Williams/Handout

The town marker of Buford, Wyoming is shown in this undated handout photo supplied by Williams&Williams Real Estate Auction April 4, 2012. REUTERS/Williams&Williams/Handout
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