Drivers side impact
Usually you see this sort of damage on a tight turn, where too much speed (and too little judegment) end up transforming forward velocity into straight "curves". The fact that this happened on the driver's side means they probably slid across the oncoming lane before hitting just behind the front wheel. There's really not much equipment located there, and they managed to miss the main defenses in the door and of course the stiff structure that supports the front suspension. The fender and firewall looks to have caught the majority of the impact, up until the unibody caved inward, absorbing the rest.
Odds are the motor is OK, as is the rest of the drivetrain (though the driveshaft may have popped out of its forward mount). Rear end, brakes, etc. are fine as well, as is the interior and probably the electronics and gauge cluster.
Perfect donor car for someone looking to build a top quality clone.
I wonder what they want for the car?
"You can never be free until you let yourself go."