Basically it's not a car for someone who doesn't know much about cars. If you don't already know about the process of getting one ( you don't just show up at Ford Dealership and buy one, there is a procedure to through), then you probably don't understand what you're getting into. You have to procure a GT500, then you send it to Texas
for the Super Snake
modifications. Expect to spend around $50k for the GT500 plus another $25k for the Super Snake conversion. You will lose your warranty coverage should you opt for the 725 HP package, so whatever breaks you will be paying for the repair, and there are some expensive bits on the Super Snake. You will also need to know how to drive stick, an automatic is not available, but frankly if you cannot drive a stick you have no business in this car.