Normal production aircraft don't really have a "roll-out date". There's the date they come out of the final assembly line, but they're not done at that point (still need paint and testing). Delivery date is the more usual tracking point. There is a record of the shop-complete date, and delivery date, for each airframe.
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There is a record of all rollout dates for all programs, though i don't know if it's publicly available that far back
Delivery dates are publicly available back to 1958:
But...this just tells you when a specific model delivered to a specific customer...it won't tell you which exact airframe it was. If you're good with looking up registries and fleet histories, you can make pretty good educated guesses as to which plane delivered on which date. The OEM's have this data in detail for every airframe, but it's not public.
If you search for all deliveries in October 1991, there was a RR-powered 757-200 delivery on 19 Oct 1991 to GPA Group (aka Guinness Peat Aviation). They're now part of ILFC, so the plane could be anywhere today.
EDIT: added specific info for Oct 1991
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