* White House supports new funding * Dealers say plan has broken downward sales spiral * Ford Motor shares up nearly 8 pct (Recasts first paragraph; adds comment from dealers group, details throughout) By John Crawley and Kevin Krolicki WASHINGTON/DETROIT (Reuters) - The U.S. "Cash for Clunkers" plan to jump start car sales by offering up to $4,500 for older cars swapped out for new ones is so successful that the White House and Congress were scrambling on Friday to find $2 billion ...
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