Photos mostly by Dick Gaskill
Onondaga Historical Association in Syracuse, NY displays the first Franklin ever sold, 1902
This looks like Alex Benndtt's 1923 - 10-C sedan
1930 Franklin in front of Syracuse City Hall
David Roberts in OHA holding the plaque form the City of Syracuse
Were to eat in Syracuse, NY - Starting at the top and working down The Kidds, Pete Kunan and Scott Dwyer, Mrs. President Susan Roberts and the Canfield family
Pete Kunan's 1910 G Touring
Mayor Roy A. Bernardi of Syracuse welcoming all the Franklin members.
All the Franklin members standing on City Hall steps, drove a Franklin at the Trek.
Mayor Roy A. Bernardi of Syracuse telling Franklin member that a member of his family worked for Franklin
Onondage Historical Association's Executive Director Peter Agar welcoming Franklin members
Scott Dwyer driving his Franklin to OHA
The parade starts with Scott Dwyer and a full Franklin.
The parade starts with Scott Dwyer with a full Franklin and many Franklins following
In OHA left to right, OHA's Peter Apgar, Mayor Roy A. Bernardi and Franklin President Susan Roberts
Outside City Hall left to right, Mayor Roy A. Bernardi, Franklin President Susan Roberts, OHA's Executive Director Peter Apgar
The parade of Franklin coming down the street to OHA
Franklins lined up for the parade to OHA
The Franklin Club's Legal Advisor John Rendemonti doing what he does at every Trek
Tony Adams the Club's ACN Editor standing next to his 1932 series 16 Club Sedan
The former Carl Barker's talking Franklin - 1928 12B Sedan
Looks like a 1927 Series 11B or a 1928 Series 12A (if I'm wrong let me know)
1929 Series 135 Sport Sedan
Our Camera man in the center Dick Gashill
1933 Olympic Convertible Coupe
Inside the Northeast Classic Car Museum in Norwich, NY
If you need air in a tire on the road, do as Gordon Howard does with his Series 11B Sport Sedan, just take out the air hose from inside the car and start the engine.
Our camera man did it again on the left are Peg and Dick Gaskill
Work goes on even at the Trek
Another picture inside the Museum in Norwich, NY
One of the many places we visited at the Trek
V Window Franklin
Look close at Tony Adams's (ACN Editor) speedometer (60) on his 1932 Club Sedan with NO over drive. He was a little late for lunch and was trying to show your WebMaster (Frank Hantak) that we could make it on time. WE DID!!!!!!
Dick Burnham's early Knox air cooled. With Dick at the wheel is Neil Sugermeyer standing on the ground and Peter Kunan seated next to Dick.
Little hard to see, but here is George Staley's 1929 Series 137 Sport Touring. This is an all original Franklin that George found in 1998. He tells us it will be completely restored for the 2000 Trek
The side of City Hall on Franklin Day in Sycause, NY
Early Franklin with Dick Burnham checking out the top
Scott Dwyer's beautiful 1926 Series 11A Sport Touring
Arnold Christiansen's wonderful 1931 Series 153 Sedan
1930 Sedan under going complete restoration
What many Franklin members do at the Trek
Barrel hood open on an early Franklin
Barrel hood open on an early Franklin looking at a 4 cylinder air cooled engine
Carl Barker getting ready for the Trek auction, looks like he is tried already
Otto and Ron headed for the parts department
Connie Zierdt out for a walk on the College green