Marcus Rashford has put his wrecked Rolls Royce up for auction after it was severely damaged in an accident last year.
The 26-year-old crashed the £700,000 Black Badge Wraith outside Manchester United’s Carrington training ground.
Now, almost six months after the ordeal, Rashford has decided to move forward with the luxury motor and list it on a popular salvage car auction site. Salvage market.
According to the listing, the car still starts despite significant damage to its exterior, as the supplemental restraint system deployed the airbags during the accident.
Photos of the lot also show the car’s intact interior, with custom leather upholstery by renowned German luxury car tuning company Mansory.
Marcus Rashford’s wrecked Rolls Royce has been put up for auction less than six months after it capsized in a crash outside Carrington.
The Manchester United star collided with a car driven by a 74-year-old woman last year, although fortunately no one was injured.
Bidding on the vehicle, valued at over £700,000 new, currently stands at just over £152,000 with over 100 bids in total.
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Despite being almost unrecognizable from its previous state, the listing has attracted significant attention with more than 112 bids taking the current price to £152,750, less than a third of what the car was worth before the accident.
The listing also notes that the car has just 1,135 miles on the clock, with viewings for prospective buyers available by appointment only and bidding will close on February 26.
In September, the car collided with another vehicle driven by a 74-year-old woman, and a nearby traffic pole was riddled during the accident.
Rashford is said to have immediately checked on the elderly driver, and the shocked pair exchanged insurance details on the side of the road.
Police officers who responded to the scene breathalyzed both drivers, but no arrests were made and the driver decided not to go to the hospital.
Maintenance engineer Peter Laycock captured the aftermath of the accident on his phone and arrived at the scene at around 12.20am.
He explained that “a bunch of police” had blocked the road, asking vehicles to turn around because of the debris.
Laycock said he saw people dressed in United gear as passers-by whispered “it’s Marcus Rashford’s car”.
The luxury car has only 1,135 miles on the clock and was purchased shortly before the accident.
The vehicle’s supplemental restraint system partially deployed during the September accident.
The Black Badge Wraith was customized by German luxury car tuning company Mansory.
Rashford’s decision to sell the luxury vehicle comes just days after he was handed a £60 parking fine after straddling his McClaren on the pavement in Hale, Cheshire.
The 26-year-old was pictured wearing a black Chrome Hearts tracksuit returning to his car and removing the notice before setting off in the £280,000 765LT.
The incident marked the second time this year he received a penalty notice, having also received a fine in January after leaving his car double parked. yellowlines in nearby Wilmslow.
Rashford’s love of cars is so prolific that the England international came top on a recently compiled list detailing the most expensive motors owned by Premier League stars.
The Rolls-Royce Cullinan Blue Shadow topped the list, with Rashford shelling out a whopping £600,000 in August for the ‘Stardust Blue’ car, which is one of 62 made by the British builder.
Rashford’s (pictured) engine and that of the elderly woman were damaged in the crash, in which the footballer also knocked over a traffic light camera pole.
Rashford (left) was previously seen getting into the £700,000 car outside a Cheshire jewelery shop.
Automotive market AutoTrader – who analyzed the data – put the average price of a used model at £328,355, which is more than £100,000 more than the price of the car driven by Rashford’s closest rival on the list, Gabriel Martinelli.
The Arsenal winger’s Lamborghini Urus, a car also owned by avid collector Rashford, is worth an average of £217,768.