By Linda Stern WASHINGTON, Dec 18 (Reuters) - This may be your last chance for a while to buy a car with zero percent financing. Industry watchers expect the best financing deals to dry up sometime during the first quarter of 2003. But that doesn't mean you should stop reading this column now and race to your local dealer. Sure, auto dealers are hungry and free money for three years sounds like a good deal, but there's a cost to taking the financing. So, don't buy your next car until ...
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