Sadly, I don't have room (or money). There's similar instrument in the Saltaire museum - the "orgapin" built by Whomes, and designed for silent film accompaniment in small cinemas.
It's a bit of a pig to play - the organ makes the piano action rather heavy - and on that example, the stops are controlled by levers below and in front of the keys.
I find the biggest problem (I've played it a few times in demo recitals) is remembering that the sustain pedal only affects the piano - not the organ as well, as a MIDI set up often does.
Wurlitzer actually built comboned pipe organs and piano - usually 2 manual - and some other examples are known.