Basically, no. While anything is possible it would be very cost prohibitive to do so. You would need the starter motor, a new flywheel with teeth for the starter to engage against, the engine likely is not setup with anywhere to mount the starter, a battery and ignition system, a charging system for the battery and all of the nuts, bolts and wire to put it all together. I could see the modification easily running $400 to $500 dollars.
I hope this at least answers the question.