Proportion is is the first issue. If your doing runway work, the restrictions are far more specific. (They don't want too much variety in height, weight between models.)
Proportion also has to be typically a little exaggerated to be successful. The camera can often find flaws unseen by the naked eye.
If you need 'special lighting' and photoshop for all of your photos to address issues, your not going to make it. For example, you list your waist as 33 inches. While this is good, and you look fit with a fine physique, they're going to see 33 inch waist as requiring something that's not 'on the rack.' That may seem minor, but in a high speed production environment, it's quite a liability.
Look at the specific stats of the modeling companies that your considering. If you don't truly meet the specifications, consider something else.