This is my little brother Logan and no, he's not auditioning for a bit part in the Futurama live-action movie. But, he needs our help. He needs a new daily driver and here are the specs. First, he needs to find something for $5,000 (maybe go as high as $6,000 — but $5,000 to be 100% sure he can afford it). Second, it needs to be safe (That means working seat belts and an airbag. Multiple airbags if possible). Third, it's got to be reliable. The little man's less handy with an impact wrench than I am. Fourth, he needs it to be "cool looking" for someone getting a job in financial services. Fifth, he needs it soon. Sixth is a corollary to the fifth rule, preferably it needs to be in the Detroit area. Seventh — give me some links to the craigslist or eBay ad. Remember, pics or it didn't happen! So, given those specs, help me find my little brother a car and you'll earn my undying gratitude. And we hear undying gratitude in this economy is worth its weight in — well, something. It's actually not as easy to find something as I'd thought it would be. I'm able to find a car for under a thousand easy. And over $10,000 ain't too difficult either. But this? It's like a black hole. Some kind of eBay anti-sweet spot. What are your ideas? (QOTD is your chance to answer the day's most pressing automotive questions and experience the opinions of the insightful insiders, practicing pundits and gleeful gearheads that make up the Jalopnik commentariat. If you've got a suggestion for a good "Question Of The Day" send an email to tips at jalopnik dot com.)