I have a 2002 Sebring Lxi Convertible that I want to sell but I was wondering about a few things. It has a relatively ugly crack in the windshield and the upper control arm bushings on all four(but especially the front wheels) squeek pretty bad. I've looked into it and the windshield will cost me $300 and to get the bushings changed I am looking at just under $1000. Now are these kinds of things that I should fix or would prospective buyers kind of think they are minor issues and for a sub $10000 car not really a big deal? Up here the car is worth about $9000-9500 I would like to not put more money into it... but if these are major selling points I guess I have too. I'd like to get close to the $9000 for it.