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1960 Hayes Clipper COE hauling for Fleet Express Lines, Ltd. The Hayes had a Cummins NHC-250 engine, Fuller R-96 Roadranger transmission and full tandem drive riding on Hendrickson RA-Series air-ride suspension. The photo was taken in August 1962 on US-10 at the North Dakota/Montana border. The gentleman on the right is Rupert Woods, then of Toronto, ON and the young one on the left is Doug McKenzie.
The picture was taken by Doug's Father.
Hayes Clipper conventional hauling for Hill and Hill Truck Lines. Hayes Clipper COE, TTR Truck Rentals. This company is still in business in Oshawa, ON and now operate Freightliners and Peterbilts. This photo was taken by Martin D. Phippard now of Warminster, Wilts., England.
Remains of the same tractor taken by Martin D. Phippard. Seen here in a scrap yard in Brougham, Ontario in January 1989. If you look closely through the driver's window, you can see the overhead instrument panel that Hayes was famed for. Photograph of a Hayes Clipper COE hauling for Fruitbelt Trucking. This company is long gone from business. Hayes Clipper 100 COE hauling for Day & Ross Ltd., of Hartland, New Brunswick. Photograph was taken in June 1973 at the Irving, Quebec/New Brunswick border. This was one of Doug's early photos.
Here is another picture of the Day & Ross Hayes. Hayes Clipper 100 COE. This tractor was very peculiar, in that the engine was a 238 Detroit 6-71N, 5-speed transmission with a 2-speed rear axle and tag. At that time, Hayes' standard specs were based on 350 hp Detroit and Cummins engines. Hayes Clipper 200 conventional hauling for Fredrick Transport. The picture was taken at the Essex County Truck Show in Leamington, Ontario in May 1982.
Remnants of what was once a very impressive Hayes Clipper 200 conventional. Originally a tandem axle tractor owned by Lacey Dalton, it was photographed here undergoing a conversion to a single axle wrecker. Hayes Clipper 100 COE hauling for E. Fisher Equipment of Mississauga, Ontario. The picture was taken in March 1987. Note the Mack western F grill. Hayes Clipper COE, with Peterbilt 352 cab, hauling for Caldwell Transport from New Brunswick. The picture was taken by T. Brad Dunkin or Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Hayes Clipper COE, owned by Herman Hass, who is standing beside the left front corner. The engine was a 262 Cummins with a 10-speed Roadranger transmission. Herman Hass later leased this tractor to D.S. Scott Transport.
Here is a picture of Herman Hass' Hayes Clipper cabover while it was leased to D.S. Scott. Drivers Henry Unrau and Pee Wee Gill. Doug McKenzie started this kit about 20 years ago (1982), with an AIM F-Model Mack conversion kit. For a variey of reasons Doug let the cab sit unfinished until about 2 years ago (2000), when Chris Hall coaxed Doug into parting with it so he could complete it. It's a great looking model. Smith operated owner-operators between Winnipeg, North Bay, Ottawa, Montreal and terminals in Atlantic Canada. This model was based on an actual Hayes leased to Smith and based down east. Here is a photo of the inspirational prototype of the Smith, a T.Brad Dunkin photo taken in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
Here is another Hayes 100 taken in Dartmouth, NS back in 1977. Owned by Affiliated Marine Metal from Newfoundland, it was parked at Scotia Equipment (now Parts For Trucks) in Dartmouth undergoing repair work. The trailer was a sandblasting affair used in painted ships. Cab-over Hayes of International Metals photographed in Halifax, NS by T.Brad Dunkin. Manitoulin Transport Hayes taken n Etobicoke, Ontario by Martin Phippard, 1976.

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