Got a yellow GTR a week or so ago. I really don't like yellow as a color for any car.
And after seeing the results of mmc's repaint, I thought I'd give it a shot.
Before shot of the weak interior, engine bay and front ride height.
Here's where I'm at, after a couple days in the brake fluid bath.
I lowered the front end. Had to dig out the old Dremmel to make room in the wells, cutting down the door arms, and frame under the windshield. Didn't have any properly sized plastic tube, so I used some hollow square rod to bring the wheels up about an 1/8th of an inch. Looks lazy with the body pulled apart, but is hidden when assembled.
I spent a few minutes working on the engine detail. Simple black wash and painted the plugs/wires black.
The model came with a raw interior molded in a light beige, which carried over into the engine bay. It looked terrible, IMO. So that got a spray in satin black.
Seats are matte black with aluminum buckles on the harnesses.
Still not 100% on the color. Need to make a stop at Canadian Tire to check out the automotive rattle cans. I'm thinking of a darker brown with an orange pearl.
Also need a wire brush to get rid of the pain-in-the-a$$ remnants of yellow in all the corners.
I repainted one of my GTR's just last month, and have gone through the exact same struggle as you. Your's looks awesome now. I left mine as it is, blue with all the plastic bits still black so it kind of gives it a two tone paint, but I'm not bothering with it for now.