Only Ford radio I've seen is a Ford FM-320 UHF set, back in the mid 1980's.
They were an optional extra on some models of Ford tractors. Apart from the "Philips" logo being replaced by the blue Ford oval logo, they were identical to the Philips radio.
I also had, about the same era, some Chrysler CB sets (23 channel AM only).
I think I've still got one in the shed somewhere...
In all cases they were sets where the maker had replaced his own logo with that of the car maker. It's the way that nearly all modern electronics in made... In China there is a huge factory (workers in the thousands) and this ONE factory produces 45% of the worlds microwave ovens. Your Sanyo/Philips/Tiffany/Panasonic/Sharp/Samsung/NEC and "store brands" all come out of this one factory! Economics is the reasoning - it's a lot cheaper to have one factory making lots of items than lots of smaller factories making one "brand" each.
If you want servicve info on Ford or Chrysler CB sets, the first step is to find out who actually made them. In your picture, item "e" is probably a Midland, and "f" is definatly a Pace (NDI) made set.
Hope this helps