Yes, in a way I can agree as it is not butchered beyond recognition. I do, however, oppose the practice on this particular Jeep as it has a well known history.
"Do they all have to be the same shade of OD with 101 airborne markings?"
- My pet hate object.... I have been to Normandy on a number of occasions and encountered rows upon rows of (some of them at least) beautifully restored Hotchkiss M201 Willys MB "lookalikes" and true MB/GPW's, all marked as Aaaaiiijjjbbbooouuunnneee Jeeps, preferably 101st / 506. People walk past them after looking at a couple of them and wander off to Jeeps that have different markings that are more interesting.
I have marked my own Dodge WC51 as an ambulance of the Brazilian Expeditionary Force / Força Expedicionária Brasileira (FEB), a 25.334 strong force that arrived in the autumn of 1944 to fight under the US 5th army and General Clark, up til war's end. My Dodge was not in that great a shape then (it is currently under full restoration) but still drew a lot of onlookers due to the unusual markings on it. The FEB was the only allied force, apart from the Soviets, who didn't use the allied recognition star, but rather the "Cruzeiro Do Sul", five starts taken from the Brazilian national flag.