I guess I didn't word my question correctly. I know that its virtually impossible not to have bent valves. My question was if I throw a new belt on, what are the chances that the car may become drivable whether on 3 or 4 cylinders just to get it home?
As for the belt, the way it looks right now, it appears that's what failed. The belt is nice and tault. I even rotated the cams slightly backwards and forward, the belt remained tault. If the tensioner failed, I think I would have loss the taultness. But I'll find out for sure when I take it apart. If the cams are out of time with each other maybe the tensioner did allow the timing to slip.
Thanks for your response. I'll keep those heads in mind.