Fork is not original spec, for sure. On a Primato (as opposed to Neo Primato) you'd expect to see a threaded chrome fork. AFAIK Primato would be with custom Nivacrom tubing and diamond profile chainstays.
Have a slightly later Giro D'Italia which is essentially a lighter Primato (Columbus EL tubing) which was replaced in the range around 97 or so by the heavier but stronger Neo Primato, which is still available today. Has been available with a myriad of different forks and colour schemes over the last 10 years.
Here's some closeups so you know what to look out for.
Completed: 94 Stumpjumper w. M733; ; 92 Dave Yates 731 ; 97 Parkpre Pro-Elite ; Pace RC200 F6 ; Pace RC300; 82 Gios Super Record ; 97-8 De Rosa Giro D´Italia; ; Banani SPX Track bike ; 89 Alan/Mavic Cross Bike ; 05 Focus Cross Team ; 90 Look MI-80 all-Mavic ; 12 Focus Izalco Team/custom build ; 11 Focus Thunder Custom build
Projects : , Brouwer all-Mavic
Stripped : Pace RC303
Gone : GT Karakoram
Stayed in the family: Kuota Kharma, 04 Stumpjumper FSR
Ceased to be : Dynatech MT3, killed by corroded seatstays.