The only way to do it is to make a list of your own. Thread size and pitch for nuts. Thread size and pitch for bolts as well as length. The length is calculated by the stack up/depth. Washers are just what's needed by using the bolt/nut list. The master list will of course have quantities. A few trips to the hardware store will be necessary as well as calipers and thread gauge. Alternate method is using known bolts and nuts to try in each place to obtain thread size and pitch. They are not that many different sizes and they are all SAE American.
There is no list. As Kevin says part numbers are no good anymore. FAM can give some clues. Many others have asked this question about all the Stovebolt years. Same answer.
SS can really be a real headache if threads not treated before assembly. Also you are talking a huge expense. There are many places you wouldn't or couldn't use torx head. Torx drive are for "screws" not really larger bolts that need torque.
A SS Torx screw 1/4-20 x 1/2 LG is $9.90. Plus tax plus ship. Source: McMater Carr. If you need two, it's $19.80 plus tax plus ship.