Sunday's forecast called for rain in Los Angeles, lending a bit of drama to the area's regularly-scheduled weekend car gatherings. Yet the group of Porsches that decided to brave the rain and assemble in Culver City yesterday was far from regular. Assembled by Porsche factory driver Patrick Long, “Luftgekuhlt” was a celebration of air-cooled engines, and so any attendees driving post-993-era water-cooled Porsches were kindly asked to park elsewhere. Thankfully, that still left six decades of Porsche cars to choose from, enough to completely surround Bandito Bros Production Co. in Culver City. Well over one hundred Porsches were on-premises, grouped by model, with an entire alleyway crowded with 356s and Speedsters, a back patio packed with early 911s and the interior of Bandito Bros devoted to the really rare stuff. A factory lightweight 911 racecar owned by Spike Feresten. A 904, parked across from a 906 and a 6-cylinder 914.