Mine will as also just didn't have one of those chassis but did have a spreewald so that is what I'm using, just have to dream up a pivot for it and it will mount in the center of the upper top where the 6 holes are just above the center driver, BillOn the actual Mason Bogie, the driver wheels and the leading truck are mounted on their own subframe and pivot on a central bearing. Most of the electric ones I have seen mount the motor vertically and use its mount as the pivot for this structure.
Hope it helps.
Plan on it but still working out the details got to get the motor under power to see how much the linkage moves, have a tubing to use and it is the outer sleeve of the linkage and the inner tubing I have been able to tap 2/56, which I use most, being as this is electric and really doesn't need the linkage just doing it for looks so plan on the vertical rod around elastic cord, figured it would take up slack and provide the look, thanks much for the picture, Bill, but sure would like to remember what I did with the bell, LOLBill, the beauty is in the details, and you got it. If you want, can add the rod linkage to the bell holder. Not a great pic, but gives the idea, it really does control cut off and direction. LiG