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In my experience, yes, 'but'.

The 'but' is that you will have to work around any obstacles, including: slight dimensional mismatches, different model design decisions on exterior parts allocation to 'the chassis' or 'the body', different attachment or mounting/contact points, so make your own arrangments to position and retain the body correctly relative to the chassis.

A hand held rotary tool with a side cutter makes this type of job much easier, especially when working inside a plastic body shell to remove a feature such as a moulded reinforcing rib that fouls the motor can, or some similar obstacle.

Of course sometimes it's like changing your jacket, this one off, that one on, all done inside 30 seconds.:cool:
 
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