I thought they only made organs...
This is a gorgeously funky-looking and allegedly quite rare Wurlitzer Wild One Gemini Stereo Guitar from 1966, currently for sale on eBay. I love the shape - all straight lines and points. Also, you can't really make it out in the above picture, but each pickup has a selector switch for Jazz / Rock settings (a coil tap perhaps?... except they look like single-coil pickups) and the pickups themselves are engraved with the legends Channel A and Channel B, I guess, in an effort to be user-friendly. Another nice touch is the Wurlitzer W on the Bigsby-style vibrato. (See the album while it's still available for close-up pictures).
Update: The seller contacted me to explain the function of the Jazz / Rock switches:
I am the seller on the Wurlitzer Gemini on Ebay. I just thought I would drop you an e-mail.
The guitar comes with two types of caps and that is were the tone difference comes from.
The jazz setting sounds muted like when you turn the tone down on a pickup and the rock setting is bright and P-90 sounding.
Thanks for your time.