By Justin Hyde DETROIT, Nov 25 (Reuters) - After three years of depressing news about profits and market share, Detroit's Big Three automakers see 2004 as their comeback year. A flurry of new models, mostly cars or car-based sport utility vehicles, will provide General Motors Corp. , Ford Motor Co. and DaimlerChrysler AG's Chrysler arm with their best chance in years to prove they can compete head-on against foreign automakers in the United States. There will be more than 40 new or ...
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