Not that I'm aware of. Unless it's a partscaster made by the Fender Custom Shop!
One good way to do it for me was like this: I started with a really nice Squier with a nice paint job. Some Squiers are made of decent wood. The neck was so straight. The bridge and pots were a mess just cheap pot metal saddles, scratchy pots, etc. I had a set of Fender tuners from a Standard that I had replaced with locking tuners. Then I replaced the pickups with 51 Nocaster Custom Shop pickups and the control plate with a 902 Customs 4 way. I also had a decent bridge laying around. I replaced the saddles with high end ones and after rounding and dressing the frets I removed the Squier decals and serial number and replaced them with Custom waterslides that I clear coat and sanded in very nicely. Because the jack and pots were in so bad a shape I only paid about $50 for the guitar. Even with the new control plate and pickups I have around $400 dollars in the guitar. But it sounds and plays better than any Squier and the Custom decals are cool. The neck is perfect. It's a cool butterscotch blackguard guitar I will never sell. I'm sure it looks and plays as nicely as a $1400 guitar and yes I did put it together on the kitchen table. I believe it's even Ash. It resonates and sounds great and just looks killer.