As far as I can tell (from my various dismantlings over the last couple of years) the beast took a bite out of a Saab 9-3 using his nearside front corner.
The damage seems to have been severe enough to bend the front chassis leg (the big metal extrusion that arcs over the gearbox) as I did have some flaking opaint/corrosion on it, showing that it may have been bent and then straightened again, at some point. There's were also missing and odd fasteners holding on the airbox, suggesting it had been shunted (snapped off mounting lugs etc)... and the intake trumpet was gone. I fixed/replaced all that odd stuff with original items now..
The inner wing looks okay/original as does the shock turret. There is a hint of new paint there but no signs of welding/new panels... so I can't rule out some minor deformation happened.
The damper was the original Boge but last year (when the other side started leaking) I swapped both the front shocks, springs (OE part, for good measure) bump-stops, gaitors and the top mount plates and bearings. Basically everything between the wishbone arms and the inner wings is brand new. That made no difference to the camber on the nearside.
Wishbone arm and TRE have been changed since I had the beast and again, haven't made any difference.
There's no chance that the wheel is touching anything. The symptoms happen on my 205/40 x 17 and the original 205/50x15 tyres.
So... my thought is that either the inner wing/turret is in the wrong place (possible, given the nudge it had) or the wishbone mount is in the wrong place (subframe may have been bashed.. though difficult to tell, seeing as it's naturally rusty and seems to have been used to jack the car in the past.