I would crack up if a lawsuit comes up down the road when that car trades hands (and we all know it will someday), and the publisher gets sued for playing into part of the deception process. Lawyer's sue everyone that had a finger in the deception. hemmings has an industry perception as one of the best classic car sales magazines, that would be easy to establish. I think the cover of hemmings is the problem, the article itself seems to have enough disclaimers. A good lawyer will focus on the deceptive cover I think, I don't think it indicates 'fake' or 'clone' anywhere, maybe i should go read it again to be sure.
It is a free country, but cloning is one thing, aiding/promoting deception is another (they gave the guy the cover shot). I now wonder if they put the 71 challenger in there to cover their butts on if they get sued on the camaro...they would need a few more articles of 'fake' cars to cover themselves. So there is another thing to go check, when did that mopar article come in, before or after the camaro fake? it makes me think..they may need some back pocket legal insurance for themselves for when that camaro comes back to bite them in the shorts. hemmings has been around a long time, this one may take a while to catch up to them.