Blonde bombshell Margie Murphey first came to Playboy's attention when she posed for the magazine's Salute to the All-American Housewife, and landed on the August 1992 cover. At the time, she was a part-time businesswoman who was a knockout in a black top, her flaxen trusses twirling down to her shoulders. She may have changed hairstyles since then, but Margie's still as beautiful as ever.
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