Welcome to Southern Fours and Eights, the official website of the Morgan Owners Group South.
MOGSouth, the Morgan Owners Group South is a group of Morgan owners mainly from the Southeastern United States and East Coast. The organization formally came into being in 1975 with the first MOGSouth Meet in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina in 1976. MOGSouth celebrated its 40th anniversary at a meet in Aiken, South Carolina in 2015. In 2007 the MOGSouth club expanded when the Morgan Owners Group of Florida, GatorMOG, joined MOGSouth as a ‘Chapter’. Click on the HISTORY page to see more details of MOGSouth and GatorMOG history.
We are a very loose organization without a formal management structure. This is to say that volunteers are responsible for making everything happen. The group hosts two annual meets, one in the Spring and one in the Fall, as well as an annual Holiday Party. All meets and parties are hosted by a volunteer member of the group. Past meets and parties have been held at (or near) member’s houses as well as several hotels or bed and breakfast establishments.
In addition to the MOGSouth events many of us happily attend other Morgan Club events and often caravan to the events together. Many of us also enjoy vintage racing. Several of our members campaign their vintage racecars, which we enthusiastically support.
Unique to MOGSouth is the annual awarding of the Mother Courage Award. The recipient of the Mother Courage Award is so honored at the annual MOGSouth Holiday Party.
We are constantly trying to improve our communication with our membership. This new website is a result of this effort. In the past we have published a newsletter, the Southern Fours and Eights. This newsletter was last published in 2015, however we may again publish a newsletter at some point in the future.
We say that it is the cars that brought us together but the people and friendships that keep us together. Please join us. You do not have to be a Morgan owner to be a member, you just have the same enthusiasm that all Morgan owners enjoy.