I didn't find too many gastropod fossils in the quarry, south of Syracuse, NY that exposed the Onondoga formation, except for this specimen. It's been weathered quite a bit but still looks pretty good. It's a Platystoma sp. gastropod and was found in the Edgecliff member of the Onondoga formation (Devonian, Eifelian stage).
The specimen above looks similar to some Platysoma sp. Gastropods that I have from the Haragan formation in Oklahoma (Devonian, Lockhovian stage).
I looked through the paper STRATIGRAPHY OF THE ONONDAGA LIMESTONE (DEVONIAN) IN CENTRAL NEW YORK By William A. Oliver, Jr (Bulletin of the Geological Society of America VOL. 66. PP. 621-662. JULY 1954) but I could not find anything that could help me ID this fossil beyond the generic level.