It does -- not an extensive one, but that's why you get a wipe-down of black-white fine bars (looks grey) about 2 secs after bootup, just before the text screen appears, and why unused memory is filled with UUUUU -- the test writes 0xAA = 10101010 then 0x55 = 01010101 to each location (and reads it back, obviously!)
You have good (enough) RAM for it to boot and get that far.
The expansion port looks like someone's tried to kick it in, so probably a small child tried quite hard to insert a coin or something
When you do straighten it out, make sure you can insert/remove a 34-way IDC connector (if you don't have a handy Oric peripheral or lead, a 34 way floppy drive lead would do -- with the power off, and just for mechanical testing of the fit!)
The speaker may well be damaged due to impact into the voice coil. Whether the VIA (6522) and 8912 (sound chip) are working or not, you should be able to hear a soft purring from the speaker once it is powered on. Put your ear right on it. If dead silence, speaker is probably toasted, but fortunately it is not a critical part and any small speaker that will physically fit would work -- it doesn't even have to be PCB mounting (like the original) if you are prepared to mount it to the case with two short flying leads.
Good luck, hope you don't find more horrors inside!