By Michael Ellis DETROIT, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Month-end sales incentives by General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. boosted U.S. auto sales this week, offsetting lost sales from the hurricanes that battered Florida and other southern states, analysts and dealers said on Wednesday. Florida car dealers said they have seen sales climb after GM and Ford this week began offering interest-free loans for terms of up to six years, the longest offered so far, on most of their 2004 models. ...
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