The 75UU-2 is most likely a gray market machine if it's wierd colors, like purple and blue, stuff like that. But no worries, I've never had any problems getting parts for them in my area from local Kommie dealer. They are fairly solid machines, nothing is easy to get to for repairs though, but that's typical of any zero tail swing machine.
Buying it without first checking it out might come back to bite you though, it really depends on the "satisfaction guarantee" arrangement the dealer offers, if they offer one.
Particulars of the 75UU:
Offset boom joints for sure. 3000 hrs is enough time to start seeing some wear in the articulating joints of the offset boom, but it shouldn't be excessive yet, unless the previous owner has never heard of that handy/messy little invention known as a grease gun. If you go to digging with it, and that offset boom is wobbling all over the place, ummmm, I dunno, my wallet would be reminding me how much I just emptied out of it.
Boom pre-set potentiometers: They not only allow you to "pre-set" depth and offset limits, but those potentiometers also prevent the operator from whacking cab with the bucket when boom is offset to the left. The systems are reliable, but I've seen many of them that have damaged linkage arms and wiring ripped off from being hit with tree limbs and such. Sometimes an owner will disable the boom position sensor system because they have it so F'd up which allows them to operate the machine. Which is perfectly fine, if you're ok with that. But if the machine is in such disarray, if you ever want to repair it proper, those pots ain't cheap.
The 4D95L engine: Good engine. But, it better fire off real good with no help from liquid fire. If the motor shows any signs of being worn out, not good. Good replacement engines of that model are near impossible to find, so rebuild is typically your only option, and just the needed parts can easily be around the 5 grand mark.
Gauge console: Shows the hours, temp, fuel level and such. I've seen them with that console not working and replacement console is around 2 grand.
Door missing: Well, if you're Ok with that. But if you decide to get a replacement from dealer, you're looking at 5 to 6 grand for that round sliding door and related parts. And better check the cab real good, if it's been bumped into a tree or something (which may explain missing door) and tweaked the cab, you may not be able to get a replacement sliding door to work.
As far as operating, the 75UU is a decent machine, but I seem to think it was a little slower in operation than comparable machines. And I keep thinking it didn't have high speed drive, could be totally wrong about that though, too much junk in my head. If the machine has been cared for and is in good shape, it's not a bad machine. But if previous owner was rough on it and wore it down to near broke it's back, buying parts will really empty your wallet.