There is no "Ford" or even "Henry" in Mein Kampf.
 leads to the 1941 Mein Kampf:
These reflections are copied, for the most part, from the Dearborn Independent, Mr. Henry Ford's newspaper. Much of the anti-Semitic propaganda once disseminated by this journal is still current in Germany.
As can be seen, it's from the (hostile) commentary, not from the text.He sees the contemporary European States already as powerless tools in his hand, whether through the indirect means of so-called Western Democracy, or in the form of direct rule through Russian bolshevism. Yet it is not only the old world which he regards as thus ensnared, but the same fate threatens the new, also. Jews are the regents of the stock exchange power of the American Union. Every year they manage to become increasingly the controlling masters of the labor power of a people of 120,000,000 souls; one great man, Ford, to their exasperation still holds out independently there even now.
 leads to The Business of Genocide by Michael Thad Allen, and then to Heinrich Himmler als Ideologe by Josef Ackermann - an obscure book written by an even more obscure author.
 - worthless newspaper articles.
 - is The People's Tycoon by Steven Watts where no source is given.