Thanks for the info regard decals (it would be great not to have customs done but...) & I've posted a slew of pics in my gallery but if you want to see something specific please let me know.
NEW info: Apparently in 1994 GT actually made a few of these custom Edge frames for Mavic in their traditional support/service Yellow paint. BTW I have had no luck finding out if this is an actual Mavic bike, but I'm quite sure this is not a respray since original owner said his wife received it this way and everything(including clearcoat) remains as it should be. Based on the serial # and weld quality all I can say for sure is that it's definitely a 1994 Edge filet brazed steel it's order# is 202.
Edge frames were only available as custom orders, only "custom" choice was paint/decal colors, through the few GT "tech shop" dealers. These frames were welded in Longmont Colorado by some of the current, well known/respected, USA hi-end builders. According to a former "GT guy" who posts on MTBR, 1994 was only year that you could buy as a complete bike (see bikepedia.com) but most of the Edge's sold as frameset only.
In '94 True Temper I believe was used only for a couple of their MTB bikes and the majority, of the non aluminum, were actually made from Tange cro-mo tubing. At the time, True Temper was not the "got to" manufacturer for a light/strong thinwall road tubeset worth the time it took for fastidious fillet brazing.
I truly wish someone was able to ID by serial # if this was in fact one of the Edge's ordered by Mavic
I'd try gil@thecycleshed for decals. Let's see some pics
Interesting it's built with Excel, seem to recall GT were in pretty tight with True Temper around this time.
Build wise I'd go with DA, somehow seems more fitting for a US built frame from a company with such strong MTB roots.