The Central of Georgia Box Car No. 6464-375 was produced in 1956 and 1957 using a Type IIB body that have bar-end trucks, and it would return in 1966 with a Type IV body and late AAR trucks. This box car is typically found with an unpainted MAROON body that has a SILVER painted roof and oval on the sides. MAROON or RED heat-stamped lettering on SILVER and WHITE heat-stamped lettering on the MAROON portions of the sides. Central of Georgia decal to the right of the doors. This box car is actually numbered "6464375" and only the Type IV body variations appeared in set No. 12840 in 1966. There are six variations:
Variation A: Has a Type IIB body with MAROON and WHITE heat-stamped lettering that includes "BLT 3-56 / BY LIONEL".
Variation B: Identical to Variation A except with RED heat-stamped lettering in the SILVER oval on the sides.
Variation C: Has a Type IIB body that has a sharply different color of SILVER painted roof. With "BLT 3-56 / BY LIONEL" heat-stamped on the sides.