I would not be able to tell you if one is "real"or not.
Looking at autoscout24, prices vary a lot around Europe and I suspect some of them are proced as "future classic"...... ahem.......... I'd say "Don't believe the hype"... :-)
For me personally, mileage means nothing, documented maintenance and the asking price do. The engines have gear driven cams, just like earlier VFR's, and I reckon are not prone to failure. Unless a PO caned the bike from cold for hours on end. So if you want "pristine"you pay more, but why? are you gonna put the bike in a display case or hang her from the ceiling in some 50 shades of grey fashion? :-)
The bodywork on mine was not perfect, had a set of WAAAYYYY too load mufflers (and the OEMs as spare) and the Ohlins at te rear needed a service. we came to a price we both we happy with...
It is a bike and bikes that are ridden pick up patina.... imho...
1st valve check on my VFR750 was @ 90,000km. all still good/acceptable. Only on oncoming car turning left in front of me (5,500km into my trip around the Baltic Sea) killed that bike off (hence me now on a SP2).
If you have the itch for a "Castrol" and have the money for it regardless, then go for it!
Sweden was nice and sunny