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The only way you're really going to know is to put the car on an alignment machine.

But it's more likely the car would slide on its tires than twist, the tires would be the path of least resistance.
 

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I doubt you are seeing forces which are harder than hitting a large pot hole unless the car was hit at a very high rate of speed.

It's got to go on an alignment machine or a frame machine to determine if it's twisted. The argument could be made that natural deterioration may be a factor just as much as any accident damage given the description of the front end components.
 
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