THE TRUTH ABOUT MARCUS RASHFORD'S WRECKED ROLLS ROYCE WRAITH

Mat Armstrong
1 Apr 202427:21

Summary

TLDRThe script details the journey of restoring a Rolls-Royce previously owned by Marcus Rashford, which was involved in an accident. The process includes diagnosing issues such as a ghost immobilizer, dealing with expensive Mansory parts, and uncovering the truth behind the accident. The car's restoration is a complex and costly endeavor, leading to the consideration of using parts from another Rolls-Royce to complete the project.

Takeaways

  • 🚗 Marcus Rashford initially bought a Rolls-Royce for £700,000, which he later crashed and sold to the narrator for £84,000.
  • 💰 The car was expensive due to its Mansory modifications, with parts costing significantly more than standard parts, such as a £52,000 exhaust.
  • 🔧 The car had a ghost immobilizer installed, which prevented it from starting without a special code, adding to the complexity and cost of repairs.
  • 📈 The team discovered the car wouldn't start initially due to a brake pressure issue caused by a ripped brake line.
  • 💡 The car had extensive damage, including a bent rear subframe, a ripped differential, and a damaged fuel tank, which required extensive repairs.
  • 🔄 The repair process involved stripping down the car, removing damaged parts, and assessing the chassis for structural damage.
  • 🚫 The car was not categorized as damaged despite the insurance payout, due to a legal loophole and insurance practices.
  • 🏆 Rashford's team provided leftover parts from the car, including a Mansory bag and various other items, which helped save on repair costs.
  • 📉 The narrator had to purchase a second Rolls-Royce, 'Sue', to help with the repairs due to the unavailability of crash-damaged or category B Rolls-Royces.
  • 🔌 The repair process involved complex tasks such as removing the front subframe, engine mounts, and dealing with electrical and hydraulic connections.
  • 💰 The financial aspect of the repair was challenging, with the potential loss on the investment considered due to the extensive repairs and parts needed.

Q & A

  • What was the initial purchase price of the Rolls-Royce bought by Marcus Rashford?

    -The initial purchase price of the Rolls-Royce bought by Marcus Rashford was £700,000.

  • What happened to the Rolls-Royce after Rashford bought it?

    -After Marcus Rashford bought the Rolls-Royce, he crashed it and later sold it for £84,000.

  • Why were the repair costs for the Rolls-Royce so high?

    -The repair costs for the Rolls-Royce were high because it was a Mansory edition, which had expensive parts and a specialized immobilizer system.

  • What is a ghost immobilizer and how does it work?

    -A ghost immobilizer is a third-party security system installed in the car to prevent theft. It prevents the car from starting even with the correct key unless a special code is entered before pressing the start button.

  • What was the actual reason the car wouldn't start initially?

    -The actual reason the car wouldn't start initially was due to a ghost immobilizer installed in the vehicle, which required a special code to be entered.

  • What was the total cost for the rear part of the Manor exhaust system?

    -The total cost for the rear part of the Manor exhaust system was £52,000.

  • What was discovered about the car's structural damage?

    -The car's structural damage included a misshapen rear quarter, a completely ripped apart rear subframe, and a boot floor with significant damage.

  • How much did the insurance payout for the Rolls-Royce accident?

    -The insurance payout for the Rolls-Royce accident was not explicitly stated in the script, but it was mentioned that the car was not categorized as damaged despite the payout, allowing it to be sold at a higher price at auction.

  • What was the cost of the replacement rear quarter from Rolls-Royce?

    -The cost of the replacement rear quarter from Rolls-Royce was £8,999, not including additional fees.

  • Why did the owner decide to purchase another Rolls-Royce, named Sue?

    -The owner decided to purchase another Rolls-Royce, named Sue, because they could not find a suitable crash-damaged or flood-damaged Rolls-Royce and this was the only financially viable option for them to proceed with the repairs.

  • What was the final decision made regarding the damaged Rolls-Royce?

    -The final decision made was to strip apart the newly purchased Rolls-Royce, named Sue, and use its parts to repair the damaged car, hoping to sell the unused parts to recoup some costs.

Outlines

00:00

🚗 Marcus Rashford's Rolls-Royce Accident and Repair

The video begins with the story of Marcus Rashford's Rolls-Royce purchase and subsequent accident. The car, initially bought for £700,000, was later acquired by the speaker for £84,000 after the accident. The speaker discovers the high cost of replacement parts, particularly those from the Mansur modification, such as a £52,000 exhaust. The video also delves into the challenges of starting the car due to a ghost immobilizer, a theft prevention device. After solving the starting issue, the speaker and his team proceed to strip down the car, assessing the damage and planning the repair process. They find that the structural integrity of the car is compromised, with a damaged boot floor and rear subframe. The speaker expresses his inexperience with working on a Rolls-Royce and anticipates a steep learning curve.

05:00

💸 Expensive Parts and the Search for Solutions

The speaker continues to discuss the high costs associated with repairing the Rolls-Royce, particularly the Mansur parts. He details the process of removing the exhaust and other damaged parts, including the rear subframe. The team is relieved to find that the chassis has not been misaligned, despite significant damage to the subframe. The speaker also shares his attempts to order a new rear quarter from Rolls-Royce, only to find out that the part is extremely expensive. He then discovers that the previous owner of the car, Marcus Rashford, had salvaged some parts from the wreck, which are given to the speaker. This includes a variety of items, such as a Mansur bag and wheel cap, which could potentially save on repair costs. The speaker also shares an anecdote about the car's front bumper, which was sold on eBay and then re-acquired for a fair price.

10:02

📈 The Cost of Repairs and Legal Loopholes

The speaker discusses the costs of repairing the Rolls-Royce, including the eye-watering price of a rear quarter from Rolls-Royce. He also talks about the legal aspects of the car's damage, explaining that the insurance payout was due to the other party's fault in the accident. The speaker reveals that the car was not categorized as damaged, which is unusual given the insurance payout. He explains a legal loophole where insurers are not required to categorize a car as damaged, which can lead to higher resale values at auctions. The speaker also discusses the influence of manufacturers on the categorization of cars, hinting at a deeper issue within the industry.

15:06

🔧 Repair Strategies and Financial Considerations

The speaker outlines the extensive damage to the Rolls-Royce, including broken engine mounts and a damaged front subframe. He discusses the high costs of repairs and the decision to use a different Rolls-Royce as a donor car due to the unavailability of crash-damaged or other problematic Rolls-Royces. The speaker introduces 'Sue,' a 2015 Rolls-Royce, as the solution to their repair dilemma. Despite the financial setback of purchasing Sue for £97,000, the speaker believes it's the only viable option. He explains that parts from Sue will be used to repair the damaged car, and the unused parts will be sold to recoup some costs. The speaker acknowledges the financial risk involved but sees no other alternative.

Mindmap

Keywords

💡Rolls-Royce

A luxury automobile brand known for its high-quality vehicles and prestigious status. In the video, the main focus is on a specific Rolls-Royce model owned by Marcus Rashford, which was involved in an accident and is being repaired with expensive parts, emphasizing the brand's association with exclusivity and high costs.

💡Accident

An unfortunate event that results in damage or harm. In the context of the video, an accident refers to the incident where Marcus Rashford's Rolls-Royce was damaged, leading to the need for repairs and part replacements.

💡Ghost Immobilizer

A security device installed in a vehicle to prevent theft by disabling the car's ability to start without a specific code. In the video, the ghost immobilizer is a third-party addition to the Rolls-Royce that initially causes confusion and difficulty in starting the car after repairs.

💡Repair Costs

The expenses incurred in fixing or restoring a damaged item, in this case, a vehicle, to its original condition. The video emphasizes the high repair costs associated with luxury vehicles like the Rolls-Royce, especially when they involve specialized or rare parts.

💡Structural Damage

Damage to the essential framework of a vehicle that affects its overall integrity and safety. In the video, structural damage is a significant issue as it involves critical parts of the car like the subframe, rear quarter, and boot floor, which are expensive and complicated to repair.

💡Parts Replacement

The process of replacing broken or damaged components of a vehicle with new or used parts. In the video, parts replacement is central to the narrative as the car owner attempts to restore the Rolls-Royce to its original condition by sourcing and installing various parts, including those from another Rolls-Royce model.

💡Luxury Car

A high-end automobile that offers superior comfort, advanced features, and prestigious branding. The Rolls-Royce in the video is an example of a luxury car, and the narrative explores the challenges and costs associated with owning and maintaining such a vehicle.

💡Insurance

A contract by which a company provides financial protection or reimbursement for specified losses from a vehicle owner. In the video, the role of insurance is discussed in relation to the accident and the payment made for the damages to Marcus Rashford's car.

💡Manor

A reference to the Manor Racing team in Formula 1, which is associated with the customized parts used in the Rolls-Royce featured in the video. The term 'Manor' in this context signifies the specialized and unique components that add value and distinction to the car.

💡Car Restoration

The process of returning a damaged or deteriorated vehicle to its original or improved condition. The video focuses on the car restoration journey of a Rolls-Royce, detailing the steps, challenges, and costs involved in repairing and updating the car after an accident.

Highlights

Marcus Rashford's Rolls-Royce was bought for £700,000 and later crashed, leading to its purchase by the speaker for £84,000.

The car was discovered to have expensive Mansory parts, with costs reaching up to £3,200 for certain components.

A ghost immobilizer was found to be the reason for the car's initial failure to start, requiring a special code to activate.

The car's brake line was ripped off at the back, causing initial starting difficulties.

The Rolls-Royce's rear subframe was found to be completely ripped apart, indicating significant damage from the crash.

The fuel tank, referred to as a saddle, was discovered to have a hole in it, requiring replacement.

The boot floor of the car was pushed up and deemed not fixable, alongside other structural damage.

A damaged front bumper from Rashford's car was found on eBay and later purchased for £3,000 after it was initially listed cheaply.

The accident involving Rashford's car was not his fault; it was caused by a 74-year-old lady, and the insurance paid out accordingly.

The car was not categorized as damaged despite the insurance payout, due to a legal loophole and code of conduct within the insurance industry.

A 2015 Rolls-Royce, named Sue, was purchased for £97,000 as a potential donor car for parts due to the financial constraints of repairing the crashed car.

The speaker anticipates that the parts from Sue, which are not needed for repairs, can be sold to recoup some costs.

The total cost of the crashed Rolls-Royce, including the Mansory parts and the purchase of Sue, is expected to exceed £180,000.

The speaker expresses the financial challenge of this project, as it goes against their usual practices and will likely result in a loss.

The car's engine mounts were found to be damaged and leaking oil, adding to the list of necessary repairs.

The speaker is determined to proceed with the repairs despite the challenges, acknowledging there is no turning back now.

Transcripts

00:00

Marcus rashford bought this Rolls-Royce

00:02

for £700,000 he later crashed it it then

00:07

went to a salv Oren and I bought it oh

00:10

my God for

00:12

£84,000 later found out that mansor

00:16

parts are extortionately expensive

00:18

£2,600

00:20

that's £2,000

00:24

£3,200 for that but the reason this car

00:27

is so expensive is because it's mansur

00:30

so I think I'm going to have no choice

00:32

but to replace them but what we didn't

00:33

know was what actually happened on the

00:35

night of the

00:37

accident but today we found out the

00:39

truth rashford has watched the video and

00:42

then his team have reached out to me and

00:44

they've G us some Vital Information when

00:47

I first picked up the car we were really

00:50

struggling to get it

00:52

started come on Rolls-Royce come on we

00:54

tried everything over and over again

01:00

someone stopping it but then I know what

01:04

it is we eventually got it started

01:08

yeah now we thought the reason why it

01:10

wouldn't start the first time was to do

01:12

with the brake pressure you have to push

01:13

the brake down before you press the

01:15

start button and with the brake line

01:17

ripped off at the back we wasn't getting

01:18

much brake pressure but we clamped the

01:20

brake line after getting it started the

01:22

first time and it still wouldn't

01:27

start but now we found that actual

01:30

reason and why it wouldn't start the car

01:33

has a ghost a ghost immobilizer is

01:35

installed by a third party company and

01:37

it's there to prevent theft even if

01:39

someone was to get in the car with the

01:42

key they wouldn't be able to start it

01:43

unless they had the special code to

01:46

enter in before pressing the start

01:48

button but now I've got the secret

01:51

code

01:52

so I'm going to put that in and then

01:54

we're going to see if it starts up after

01:56

I put in the secret code Matt don't look

01:59

okay you reckon

02:01

on it did the

02:08

hazards how did we start it last time

02:11

without the

02:13

ghost oh my those we were out there for

02:16

hours out there for hours trying that

02:19

well that's one problem solved anyway

02:22

now we I think uh we got a lot more to

02:25

get on with well that's one lot of

02:27

weight off my shoulder but let's not

02:28

forget this car is really badly damaged

02:31

and a worry there's even more damage

02:33

that we can't see yet I don't even know

02:35

where to start like this is going to be

02:37

a whole new experience I've never worked

02:39

on a rollsroyce before who has I think

02:42

we're going to learn a lot as well but

02:45

all of these damage Parts have got to

02:46

come off because well they're not

02:48

staying on first

02:50

Bol we're going to start stripping off

02:53

the bottom of the car including the

02:55

exhaust which my dad's on to now and

02:57

then we're going to remove everything

02:59

that's broken Bren and after we get all

03:01

of that off we should be able to measure

03:02

the chassis points to see if everything

03:04

is straight off comes the exhaust which

03:07

is a Manor exhaust £52,000 just for the

03:11

rear part and the front part is also

03:15

damaged I'm hoping we can get this

03:19

repaired and you know

03:21

what when he was a kid he was a man new

03:25

supporter I was as well is that true

03:28

yeah Glory suppor

03:31

maybe I should have been a mansori

03:32

supporter instead because offc come more

03:35

damag mansori parts and now I'm on to

03:38

removing the heat shielding which could

03:40

unveil even more damage underneath it

03:46

wa but luckily this time the boot floor

03:49

looks okay in places because on the edge

03:52

it is all pushed up and I don't think

03:54

this is going to be fixable along with a

03:56

rear subframe as well which is

03:58

completely ripped apart and you can see

04:00

here a drive shaft has been ripped out

04:02

the

04:04

differential as I mentioned the plan is

04:06

to get the rear subframe off so we can

04:08

inspect the back of the car so now my

04:10

dad's on doing the prop shaft which

04:12

transfers the drive from the engine to

04:14

the back wheels all the differential and

04:17

with the differential loosened we can

04:18

lower it

04:21

[Laughter]

04:24

down it is out and doesn't L any damage

04:28

underneath look at this look look at the

04:29

fuel tank it was I think they call it a

04:31

saddle because it looks like a horse

04:34

saddle it goes on a horse I think that's

04:36

what they call it any football puns for

04:39

horses horses or Saddles no really no I

04:43

don't think

04:44

so no Sadler is that a no Adam Sadler

04:48

that he's sad no the fuel tank is

04:52

another thing that's damaged we can see

04:54

a hole in it here we're going to have to

04:55

get back onto that later because now our

04:58

concentration is onto the re subframe

05:00

we've got to disconnect all the wire in

05:02

which is connected to the subframe from

05:04

the chassis of the car so we can lower

05:06

it down without breaking any of it along

05:08

with the wireing we also need to

05:09

disconnect the brake lines as

05:12

well and one thing I've never seen

05:14

before are these hydraulic lines which

05:16

go to the anti rollar I assume these are

05:18

there just to stiffen the suspension

05:20

because the car is so heavy but as these

05:22

are attached to the chassis we're going

05:23

to have to take them off there should

05:25

now be only four bolts holding this

05:28

subframe to the car this is what we're

05:30

most worried about are these four bolts

05:32

going to be still in line with each

05:34

other we're going to have to measure the

05:36

distance between each of them once we

05:37

get it down but that this one's worrying

05:40

because that looks very I mean look even

05:42

look at

05:48

this yeah should we get it down

05:51

then yeah it's not looking promising at

05:54

the minute look how bent that bolt is I

05:56

can only hope that the bolt took most of

05:58

the strain of the accident and it hasn't

06:00

pulled the chassis out of line now I've

06:02

got the Jack underneath the rear

06:03

subframe and we can start to lower it

06:06

down and disconnect it away from the

06:08

chassis of the

06:11

car oh right this is what they use in

06:16

the body

06:18

shops go in

06:20

it we going to go

06:23

across we need to measure the points

06:25

diagonally across where the subframe

06:27

bolts to the chassis and if we get the

06:29

same measurement each side we know the

06:31

chassis hasn't moved

06:34

89.6 and now we're going to go from the

06:36

right to the back

06:39

left come on come on and we didn't have

06:41

to move the tool at all which means it's

06:45

the exact measurement what does it say

06:48

I've Not adjusted it I think that's good

06:51

we don't have to do anything there which

06:54

is good news it's actually great news

06:57

none of these mounting points for the

06:58

subframe have m moved at all and to be

07:01

honest I thought they would have with

07:02

the amount of damage that's on the

07:04

actual subframe you can see here the

07:06

broken parts which have pulled off it

07:08

but we still have that structural damage

07:09

in the boot floor here to deal with and

07:12

the misshapen rear quarter so we're

07:14

going to be ringing rolls Ro later to

07:16

find a priz do you know the exhaust is

07:18

off yeah it would it I wouldn't be a

07:21

YouTuber without starting it with

07:23

without the exhaust yeah I think we need

07:25

I just want to hear what it sounds like

07:27

that's what you used to do when you were

07:28

17 with the fiesta not

07:31

let's see what a straight pipe rolls Roy

07:33

sounds like cuz this could be quite

07:35

funny just doing the

07:39

ghost I don't know how loud this is

07:41

going to

07:43

be oh it's not it's not that loud sounds

07:54

good now we all know what a straight

07:57

pipe rolls Roy sounds like I guess we

07:59

ticking things off the bucket list now

08:01

we're going to inspect the damage to the

08:03

boo how did it get that

08:05

damage it hit a lamp post it didn't spin

08:09

it did it hit the post and then it

08:10

straight into the back of the

08:13

net now you see when you try and close

08:16

the boot it doesn't line up at all and

08:18

we can see the boot hasn't moved on the

08:20

hinge so at the minute we're guessing

08:22

that the hinge is well of a Bend or it's

08:24

moved wherever it's boled to inside the

08:26

car so I'm going to start stripping the

08:28

carpet out to see if we can see anything

08:29

further what the hell is all of this

08:33

it's like a PlayStation 2 look oh no oh

08:38

it's damage reckon up still work now

08:40

I've got a better look at the hinge and

08:42

I can see it's bolted to the rear parcel

08:44

shelf and to get to those bolts I've got

08:46

to strip the interior out but I just

08:48

genuinely think that that hinge is bent

08:50

and then we've got all of this to sort

08:51

out there's a lot of damage underneath

08:53

all of this electronic stuff which I

08:55

think most of it is to do with the sound

08:57

system so we're going to take all of

08:59

that out taking mental notes of where it

09:01

all went back together and now I can see

09:03

the damage underneath if you've seen the

09:05

videos before you'll understand that the

09:07

car is built up of all different

09:09

sections so look you can see a section

09:10

there that's a cool little section like

09:13

even the back of the seats all in

09:15

sections as well and the way to fix all

09:18

of this is just to work out what section

09:19

is broken and replace that section the

09:21

only issue is this is structural damage

09:24

and we don't know whether uh Rolls-Royce

09:28

are going to sell us any of this and if

09:30

they

09:36

don't new rollsroyce Jing now what I'm

09:40

doing here is trying to call Rolls-Royce

09:42

to try and order a rear quarter because

09:45

sometimes manufacturers won't sell you

09:47

structural parts unless you're a

09:49

registered repairer like Aston Martin

09:51

and Porsche in the US and I've got a

09:53

funny feeling Rolls-Royce is going to be

09:55

the same we're looking for a rear

09:57

quarter for it is that something that

09:59

you can sell to us you wouldn't be a

10:02

problem the quarter panel it is shown

10:04

available from rollsroyce so essentially

10:07

what when we order from rollsroyce we

10:09

can get them in two working days the

10:10

price is

10:13

89599 plus the B oh

10:17

wow £8,000

10:20

w00 a lot

10:22

£8,000 600 plus V plus V for just that

10:28

for just that what's he made out of gold

10:31

how can it be that £600 just for that

10:34

and then we need all them bits at the

10:39

back are you regretting this

10:42

yet we are in Manchester Home of

10:46

Manchester United and we have some

10:48

goodies and a few stories to tell in the

10:52

back there's some parts of the rolls Ro

10:55

Manor that has been a great story and

10:58

that has been a good a win that's been a

11:00

win now about to take a loss we think we

11:03

may have found the bumper for the

11:05

Rolls-Royce rap but I'm going to have to

11:07

pay for it and there's a story behind

11:09

this let's go get it first so after the

11:11

first video went out rashford's team

11:13

reached out to me to say they had some

11:15

parts left over from the car in his lock

11:18

up now Apparently after the accident

11:20

happened the car got trailered there and

11:22

a lot of parts were hanging off it so

11:24

they took them off to keep them safe

11:26

some of which stayed safe but one thing

11:28

that didn't was the front bumper and it

11:30

ended up getting listed on eBay for

11:32

cheap really bearing in mind this mansor

11:35

front bumper wouldn't go on any other

11:36

rra but someone still bought it and I

11:39

don't blame them it was a bargain but

11:41

before we get back to that let me show

11:43

you what I got from rashford's

11:45

place a mansor bag which included a

11:49

mansu car cover worth

11:53

€90 a flannels bag which included Manor

11:57

floor mats worth 1

12:00

,500 a mansuri fordge carbon fiber front

12:04

grill surround worth

12:08

4,900 a mansor boot floor mat worth €

12:14

760 a Rolls-Royce Rave front grill with

12:17

the mansor inserts and badge price

12:20

unknown a mansor wheel cap worth

12:25

€129 the Black Spirit of ecstasy price

12:30

unknown now I want to say thanks to

12:32

rashford's team for giving us all of

12:34

this cuz they didn't have to but this

12:35

has saved us so much money but they also

12:38

GS more information on the

12:40

crash the original the actual bumper

12:45

from the Rolls-Royce we're going to

12:47

explain the story but it oh there is a

12:49

oh look is it crack there in a dent it

12:52

is slightly damaged but all of this we

12:55

know how expensive all of this is so we

12:57

have saved a bit but again let me

13:00

explain so it turns out the guy who

13:01

bought the bumper off eBay was also

13:03

biding on the car and wanted it just in

13:06

case he won it which obviously he didn't

13:08

so he then listed it on Facebook

13:10

Marketplace for

13:11

£3,000 which to be fair is a fair price

13:15

this thing's worth £12,000 without the

13:17

extra bits on it so then I bought it but

13:20

in my opinion someone's been a little

13:22

naughty here and the bumper should have

13:24

stayed with the car all along and then

13:26

your extra bits like this carbon fire a

13:29

bit on the side €

13:32

4,600 so it's €1,000 € 4,600 for the

13:36

pair of them that front splitter is

13:38

extra I I I don't even know it's

13:40

probably going to be around £20,000 for

13:43

this front bumper on top of that inside

13:45

all of here they are like daytime

13:48

running light

13:52

things

13:54

but one thing that we still don't have

13:58

the umbrellas

14:00

they didn't have them they still we

14:01

still don't have the umbrellas who's got

14:03

them someone's got them someone's got

14:07

the umbrellas I will not stop until we

14:10

get those

14:11

umbrellas next thing we got to remove is

14:14

that broken fuel tank from underneath

14:16

cuz a lot of the stuff is bent that

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b i then remov the filler pipes of the

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tank oh no who say it had no fuel in

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well not it shouldn't have fuel in the

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filler is there a football to do with a

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mess oh that's very

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messy okay the football puns are getting

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worse by the minute with the hoses off

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we can now start to lower the tank down

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remembering to disconnect the electrical

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connectors which go to the fuel pump

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which sit in the tank now I mentioned

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earlier that rashford has seen the video

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and his team said he's a little upset

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because the crash wasn't his fault and I

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believe him the insurance actually paid

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out and it wasn't his insurance that

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that paid out for the damage it was the

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75-year-old L that caused the accident

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let me explain how the accident happened

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this was the road where the crash

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happened now further up the lane splits

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into two now from my understanding the

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74 year-old was driving in the left lane

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and rashford moved into the right lane

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but later down the road she went to

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merge into the right lane and hit

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Marcus's car sending him into a spin and

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smashing down the post here luckily both

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both of them are okay but it was deemed

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the 74y old lady's fault so if the

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insurance paid out how come it's not

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categorized that is a whole different

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story in itself and there's apparently a

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legal loophole we found someone who can

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explain that for us but before we get

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onto that story we've got a front

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subframe to remove because you can see

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here it is completely ripped apart and a

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lot of the arms which attached to it are

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pretty bent as well first thing off are

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the wheels then we can remove the Arch

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line more structural damage I didn't

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even spot

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this look at

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that oh after that front caliper is

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coming off and all the brake lines and

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electrical connectors that connect to it

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remember this car has only done 1,000

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miles so a lot of it is pretty much

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brand new so we want to keep it that way

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so we can reinstall

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it then I'm going to be taking the break

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disc off again which is pretty much

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brand new and my dad's undoing all of

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the hydraulic lines which go into this

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thing underneath the car which we still

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haven't worked out what it is and now

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I'm undering the bolt which connects the

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steering rack to the steering column

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inside the car so at the minute the

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engine is resting on this subframe and

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if we start lowering the subframe the

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engine is going to come down with it but

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the gearbox which is attached to the

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engine is mounted here to the chassis of