Undoubtedly the car that best defines the Isdera spirit, the Erator GTE was built by a self taught university drop out in a large laundry room. Not only Eberhard Schulz accomplished what many thought would be impossible, the Erator GTE, finished in 1968, is so well built that it's still on the road today.

Non content to have the Ford GT40 as main inspiration, Eberhard Schulz boosted its performance with a Mercedes-Benz V8 race engine and a stagering 420 horse-power. The two-seater coupe with gullwing doors and a drag coefficient of 0.322 is unique and still owned by Isdera.