Oh yes indeedy.
The are sellers that mention that the watch has had a new case, crystal, hands and dial, but not all will. These watches are usually touted as "refurbished" but I have seen some that are allegedly "new" or "used". There is a whole industry hidden behind these watches.
Just for kicks, when you are in eBay do a search on "vintage citizen 8200 automatic". I get 6200+ hits. There are other brands that get the Indian "refurbished" treatment such as Seiko. While neither the favoured Seiko or Citzen movements hack, the Citizen 8200 will hand wind so for me is more useful in a watch that I might not wear every day.
Whether the movement inside is truly the only genuine Citizen part left is also open to debate. Think about the economics. Where do you find 6000+ watches (of just one brand) to "refurbish", then do whatever and ship them around the world for the price they charge. I have a suspicion the movements may be chinese clones.
Whatever, it is a pretty watch that in my case keeps time pretty well and cost about the same as a packet of cigarettes, and that is cheap entertainment.