Back when I was searching for a new car, I had to balance my desire for a cool (by my oddball standards) daily driver with a usable family car (not to mention my budget). I still think I came out ahead on that equation. Jalopnik writer Jason Torchinsky has a series based on this idea called “Will It Baby.” In the latest example, he examines if a Ford Mustang is a viable kiddo hauler, with decidedly mixed results. I don’t normally highlight other writers on here, but between the idea of feeding your child into a car “like a log into a locomotive firebox,” and “actually looking at your kid in the back seat requires a neck transplant from an owl,” there’s some pretty great stuff here. Check it out!