DETROIT, Nov 18 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. on Tuesday said it was reviving a $5-a-day lease offer on base versions of its Ford Mustang coupe, as Detroit automakers raise incentives in a year-end sales push. Ford offered the same deal earlier this year on its Mustang and Ford Ranger pickup as a tie-in with its centennial, recalling company founder Henry Ford's decision to raise his factory workers' wages to $5 a day. Ford and its Detroit competitors, General Motors Corp. and ...
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