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Tara Bush’s ’66 Nova Has Been with Her for Life Tara Bush of Longwood, FL, owns this ’66 Chevy Nova. In fact, she’s owned it for over 30 years, longer than any of the other cars in her collection. It has a factory A/C, power steering and drum brakes, and it’s one of over 49,000 produced with a six-cylinder engine. This one has the upgraded 230 cubic inch, 140 HP Turbo-Thrift six and a two-speed Powerglide automatic transmission. Interestingly, 1966 was the first year that seat belts were offered as standard equipment on the Nova. Originally sold in St. Petersburg,