I used to do a LOT of modeling. Even won an award once for an "out of box" (no added parts from outside the as-delivered kit).
If you are open to some constructive tips, I'd like to share a few.
1) trim your decals closer. I use either an X-acto or scalpel to trim extremely close to the print. Then you work with tweezers so it can get dicey. I have some decal solution (forget the name) that softens the decals so they conform to body lines and other details more closely.
2) Once your decals are set (several days to dry), clear them with (in this case) a flat clear via airbrush to feather into the paint (or flat clear the entire model). They are picking up a glare in some angles.
3) Your "foot traffic areas" may look nicer with a semi-gloss clear to give the look of a slightly polished dead-flat original paint. Yu may consider a "wash" of the same on the pronounced edges for the same reason. Same exact color; slightly different sheen.
4) There are water based ink "detailing fluids" that I am a big fan of. Flow these into panel lines and around raised areas to add dimension. I have black (panel lines) and brown (suitable for a "dirty" vehicle and great around raised details. The black is also excellent for radiator grills etc. with fine detail that is supposed to look like an open mesh. If you screw up, just wash it off. I usually leave it unsealed, but once dry, it can be sealed under a clear as well.