Rashford Helps YouTuber in Repairing Rolls Royce Bought from Him

Marcus Rashford of Manchester United has stepped in to assist the YouTuber who purchased his wrecked Rolls Royce for £184,000 ($233,000), after a viral video of the transaction gained over five million views.

Rashford was involved in a crash in the £700,000 vehicle last September, but neither he nor the other driver, an elderly woman, were injured. After being ruled a write-off due to considerable damage, the automobile was auctioned off and bought by YouTuber Mat Armstrong. His video of the acquisition got great momentum online, as reported by the Daily Mail.

After seeing the viral video, Rashford and his crew approached Armstrong to help restore the bespoke Mansory Black Badge Wraith.

A message from Rashford’s staff to Armstrong read: “Hi, I deal with all of Marcus’ cars, and I believe we still have a few bits from the car you may require.”

“We possibly have the v5 spare key and a few other items from when the automobile was retrieved.We can provide you with the ghost code and tracker information upon request.

Armstrong accepted Rashford’s team’s offer and received more goods to aid with the restoration of the Rolls-Royce, including a Mansory bag, car cover, floor and boot mats, grill surround, a Rolls-Royce front grill with the Mansory inlay, wheel cap, and black spirit of ecstasy.

In a new video, Armstrong thanked Rashford and his team for their support and revealed fresh details regarding the collision. He claimed that the other motorist hit Rashford’s car while attempting to change lanes.

He stated, “I want to thank Rashford’s squad for giving us all of this when they didn’t have to. “It saved us a lot of money.”

Rashford’s Rolls Royce, with less than 1000 miles on the odometer, was severely damaged before being sold to Armstrong. Armstrong, who was unfamiliar with Rolls-Royce restorations, purchased another model for components, allowing him to restore Rashford’s vehicle.

In a new video, Armstrong thanked Rashford and his team for their support and revealed fresh details regarding the collision. He claimed that the other motorist hit Rashford’s car while attempting to change lanes.

He stated, “I want to thank Rashford’s squad for giving us all of this when they didn’t have to. “It saved us a lot of money.”

Rashford’s Rolls Royce, with less than 1000 miles on the odometer, was severely damaged before being sold to Armstrong. Armstrong, who was unfamiliar with Rolls-Royce restorations, purchased another model for components, allowing him to restore Rashford’s vehicle.

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