The question really is what is the one on ebay??? the more I look at it, the more I think it's a runout model – possibly a very late '91 Equipe but with '92 dropouts and front mech routing rather than the noodle.
Back in the early '90s Rocky was a very small company so it's entirely possible that their bikes evolved during any given year. Only the big boys need to wait until the next year to announce a 'new model'
I think this is right - and it could also be that things like the head tube mounting of the cable stops was partly person-specific and not wholly year-specific. I certainly have pictures of bikes that don't have the feature but their owners believe them to be 91 bikes, and vice versa.
I personally believe that the frame is what the owner says it is. Partly because he seems to be perfectly straight and open about it, and partly because these stories must start somewhere. The bloke he bought it off who had it sprayed told him it was a Team Comp, and why should he lie? It's not as though a Team Comp was worth so much more than an Equipe that it was worth committing a fraud. And somebody who gave it that paint and those decals wasn't exactly all out to maximise its value.