The Rotary Pickup (REPU) was the world's first and only Wankel-engined pickup truck. It was sold from 1974 to 1977 in the US and Canada. The Rotary-Engined Pickup (REPU) had a four-port 1.3-liter 13B four-barrel carbureted engine, flared fenders, a battery mounted under the bed, a different dash, front grille, and round taillights compared to the 4 cylinder B1600 on which it was based. It is estimated that just over 15,000 units were built. Road & Track magazine was impressed with its "smooth, quiet power" and "nice" interior. The vehicle retailed for about US $3,500 (equivalent to $17,781 in 2018); its observed fuel economy was 16.5 miles per US gallon. Most of the trucks are found on the west coast of the US; they continue to be sought out by enthusiasts.
This example is in pristine condition. However it has been painted a non-factory, but period correct shade of orange and rides on white steel wheels and all terrain tires as would have been done in the era. It turns heads where ever it goes.