Curtis Perry has uploaded a raft of pictures taken a few years back on a trip to Goldfield, Nevada. Goldfield was of course named after a certain mineral found there, starting in 1903. Its population peaked at 20,000 in 1906. By 1910, it was down to 4838. It’s still dropping, having declined from 440 in 2000 to 268 in 2010. But the automotive residents haven’t all left yet, although it looks like the front clip of this ’60 Chevrolet is heading out, leaving the rest behind.