As far as I know, no accidents. Clean car fax from dealer but you know how that goes. I had the service dept put the car on the lift before I bought, so I could see the under carriage and all looked kosher.What it can be is the result of runout on several parts combined. If each are out .02 and you have three like that then you're out .06. However, try the figure 8's and never rely on assuming a dealer tech went the extra mile since they are in a production environment. The figure 8 test is free so do it. Then f that is OK find an indy shop that does Toyota/Honda and ask them. Next, find a performance shop that does chassis work on performance cars like Porsche, BMW etc.
I had this same issue with a 1987 Porsche 944S and it turned out to be cumulative runout in the front wheel assemblies. Solution: Have a performance shop balance the entire wheel assembly on the car. Cost to diagnose after 4 tire shops: $900. Cost to repair: $100
Next question: Has the vehicle ever been in a front end collision?
But like I sated in the beginning of this thread, all the rims were bent, so that's almost as bad as an accident IMO. What is an indy shop? I'm guessing a high perf garage of some sort.