Andrew Owendoff

Andrew has been working with us at FCP Euro on and off for many years. He brings to the team over a 10 years of automotive experience and has worked on many vehicles from Volvo, Mazda, and Ford. Beside doing normal maintenance, he his also an avid modder and has done everything from exhaust systems and stereos to tuning and turbo swaps. He can be reached at aowendoff@outlook.com

Recent Posts

The Best Car for $8,000, E36 M3 vs. E46 330Ci

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A few weeks ago, I posted two of my options for a new car. One was an E46 BMW Convertible and the other was the first generation, C70 Convertible. After many responses and some very good feed back, ...

My Hate for the Car I Loved the Most

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Over the past 15 years of driving on this planet, I have owned a lot of cars. There's my 1985 Volvo 244DL that I could beat on all day long and could never kill. My 1994 Chevy S10 Pickup that I got ...

How to Restore Your Headlight Lenses

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Over time, UV light can start to discolor your clear headlight lens into a cloud like yellow color. If left alone for a long time, it can get so bad that the light from your bulbs can be blocked by ...

Best Car for $8k: Volvo C70 vs BMW E46?

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Being a car guy has it's pluses and minuses. One of the major pluses is that you are willing to learn a lot about cars and love looking, as well as working  on as many as you can get your hands on....

How To Paint Brake Calipers Without Removing Them

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This "how to" highlights a great way to keep your brake calipers looking new and clean. It's always a shame when you have a nice set of 18" wheels on your freshly detailed car and you see that old, ...

How to Flush your Volvo 850 Radiator and Cooling System

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Today’s how to will help the novice DIYers with one of the most overlooked maintenance items: flushing your Volvo’s cooling system. This is not a hard thing to do and should be done every two years. ...

Not All Fuel is Created Equally

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We see it everyday. Gas prices at one gas station are higher than another. Shell could be $3.45 per gallon while Hess is only $3.35 per gallon. Then you see the no name gas is even cheaper. Have you ...

Why I am Looking Forward to Autonomous Cars

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It's a beautiful summer's morning and you're getting ready to head to work....

When It Isn't Best to Switch to Synthetic Oil

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You see it all the time on almost every car forum....

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