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IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN SOUTHERN DIVISION In re: COLLINS & AIKMAN CORPORATION,

et al.1 Debtors. ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) Chapter 11 Case No. 05-55927 (SWR) (Jointly Administered) (Tax Identification #13-3489233) Honorable Steven W. Rhodes
Hearing Date (if necessary): July 13, 2006 at 2:00 p.m. Objection Deadline: July 10, 2006 at 4:00 p.m.

DEBTORS FOURTH MOTION FOR AN ORDER EXTENDING THE EXCLUSIVITY PERIODS TO FILE A CHAPTER 11 PLAN AND TO SOLICIT VOTES THEREON The above-captioned debtors (collectively, the Debtors) hereby move the Court (this Motion) for the entry of an order, substantially in the form of Exhibit A, extending the Debtors exclusivity periods to file a chapter 11 plan and to solicit votes thereon. In support of this Motion, the Debtors respectfully state as follows:

The Debtors in the jointly administered cases include: Collins & Aikman Corporation; Amco Convertible Fabrics, Inc., Case No. 05-55949; Becker Group, LLC (d/b/a/ Collins & Aikman Premier Mold), Case No. 05-55977; Brut Plastics, Inc., Case No. 05-55957; Collins & Aikman (Gibraltar) Limited, Case No. 05-55989; Collins & Aikman Accessory Mats, Inc. (f/k/a the Akro Corporation), Case No. 05-55952; Collins & Aikman Asset Services, Inc., Case No. 05-55959; Collins & Aikman Automotive (Argentina), Inc. (f/k/a Textron Automotive (Argentina), Inc.), Case No. 05-55965; Collins & Aikman Automotive (Asia), Inc. (f/k/a Textron Automotive (Asia), Inc.), Case No. 0555991; Collins & Aikman Automotive Exteriors, Inc. (f/k/a Textron Automotive Exteriors, Inc.), Case No. 05-55958; Collins & Aikman Automotive Interiors, Inc. (f/k/a Textron Automotive Interiors, Inc.), Case No. 05-55956; Collins & Aikman Automotive International, Inc., Case No. 05-55980; Collins & Aikman Automotive International Services, Inc. (f/k/a Textron Automotive International Services, Inc.), Case No. 05-55985; Collins & Aikman Automotive Mats, LLC, Case No. 05-55969; Collins & Aikman Automotive Overseas Investment, Inc. (f/k/a Textron Automotive Overseas Investment, Inc.), Case No. 05-55978; Collins & Aikman Automotive Services, LLC, Case No. 05-55981; Collins & Aikman Canada Domestic Holding Company, Case No. 05-55930; Collins & Aikman Carpet & Acoustics (MI), Inc., Case No. 05-55982; Collins & Aikman Carpet & Acoustics (TN), Inc., Case No. 05-55984; Collins & Aikman Development Company, Case No. 05-55943; Collins & Aikman Europe, Inc., Case No. 05-55971; Collins & Aikman Fabrics, Inc. (d/b/a Joan Automotive Industries, Inc.), Case No. 05-55963; Collins & Aikman Intellimold, Inc. (d/b/a M&C Advanced Processes, Inc.), Case No. 05-55976; Collins & Aikman Interiors, Inc., Case No. 05-55970; Collins & Aikman International Corporation, Case No. 05-55951; Collins & Aikman Plastics, Inc., Case No. 05-55960; Collins & Aikman Products Co., Case No. 05-55932; Collins & Aikman Properties, Inc., Case No. 0555964; Comet Acoustics, Inc., Case No. 05-55972; CW Management Corporation, Case No. 05-55979; Dura Convertible Systems, Inc., Case No. 05-55942; Gamble Development Company, Case No. 05-55974; JPS Automotive, Inc. (d/b/a PACJ, Inc.), Case No. 05-55935; New Baltimore Holdings, LLC, Case No. 05-55992; Owosso Thermal Forming, LLC, Case No. 05-55946; Southwest Laminates, Inc. (d/b/a Southwest Fabric Laminators Inc.), Case No. 05-55948; Wickes Asset Management, Inc., Case No. 05-55962; and Wickes Manufacturing Company, Case No. 05-55968.

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Introduction In the 48 days since the Court granted the Debtors third motion for an extension of their exclusive right to propose and file a reorganization plan (the Plan Proposal Period) and to solicit and obtain acceptances of such a plan (the Solicitation Period, and together with the Plan Proposal Period, the Exclusivity Periods), the Debtors have made further progress toward selecting a stalking horse bid and have taken several other steps toward a plan, including negotiating with certain of the Debtors customers for further awards of new business. Nonetheless, as the Debtors, the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors (the Committee), other significant parties in interest and this Court previously have noted, the Debtors must complete several critical tasks before they can emerge from chapter 11. Moreover, as all of the Debtors major constituencies are aware and as most people know from reading the newspaper on any given day, the industry in which the Debtors and their competitors operate continues to be very challenging. Simply, the Debtors continue to work tirelessly to address their operational and legal challenges, but more time is needed to reorganize the Debtors businesses. For the reasons set forth herein and as will be established on the record at a hearing on this Motion, the Debtors respectfully assert that there is sufficient cause for this Court to grant the Debtors modest request for a 60-day extension of the Exclusivity Periods to file a chapter 11 plan and to solicit votes thereon, which request is supported by the agent for the senior secured prepetition lenders and the agent for the senior secured postpetition lenders.2

The Debtors continue to negotiate with the Committee regarding the extension and are hopeful to present the Motion on an uncontested basis.

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Jurisdiction 1. The Court has jurisdiction over this matter pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 1334.

This matter is a core proceeding within the meaning of 28 U.S.C. 157(b)(2). 2. 3. Venue is proper pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 1408 and 1409. The statutory basis for the relief requested herein is section 1121 of the

Bankruptcy Code, 11 U.S.C. 101-1330 (the Bankruptcy Code). Background 4. On May 17, 2005 (the Petition Date), the Debtors filed their voluntary

petitions for relief under chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code. The Debtors are operating their businesses and managing their properties as debtors in possession pursuant to sections 1107(a) and 1108 of the Bankruptcy Code. No trustee or examiner has been appointed in these cases. On the Petition Date, the Court entered an order jointly administering these cases pursuant to Rule 1015(b) of the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure. 5. On May 24, 2005, the United States trustee appointed the Committee

pursuant to section 1102 of the Bankruptcy Code. 6. The Debtors and their non-debtor affiliates are leading global suppliers of

automotive components, systems and modules to all of the worlds largest vehicle manufacturers, including DaimlerChrysler AG, Ford Motor Company, General Motors Corporation, Honda Motor Company, Inc., Nissan Motor Company Unlimited and Toyota SA. 7. The Court previously granted the Debtors first three motions to extend

the Exclusivity Periods (respectively, the First Extension Motion, the Second Extension Motion, and the Third Extension Motion), the last of which extended the Debtors Plan Proposal Period by 75 days from May 15, 2006 to July 29, 2006 and extended the Debtors Solicitation Period by 75 days from July 14, 2006 to September 27, 2006. 3
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Relief Requested 8. By this Motion, the Debtors request the entry of an order, pursuant to

section 1121(d) of the Bankruptcy Code, further extending the Debtors Plan Proposal Period for an additional 60 days from July 29, 2006 to and including September 27, 2006, and further extending the Debtors Solicitation Period for an additional 60 days from September 27, 2006 to and including November 27, 2006, without prejudice to their rights to seek additional extensions thereof.3 Basis for Relief 9. The Bankruptcy Code provides that, following the commencement of a

chapter 11 case, a debtor has the exclusive right for 120 days to propose and file a reorganization plan and the exclusive right for 180 days to solicit and obtain acceptances of such a plan. See 11 U.S.C. 1121 (b), (c)(3).4 10. If the Exclusivity Periods do not afford adequate time for a chapter 11

debtor to propose a plan, a Bankruptcy Court may for cause grant a motion to extend them. Id. at 1121(d); see also In re Service Merchandise Co., Inc., et al., 256 B.R. 744, 751 (Bankr. M.D. Tenn. 2000) (citing In re All Seasons Indus., Inc., 121 B.R. 1002 (Bankr. N.D. Ind. 1990)). Indeed, Congress recognized that courts may need to extend the Exclusivity Periods depending on the circumstances of the case, and explicitly noted, [f]or example, if an unusually large company were to seek reorganization under chapter 11, the court would probably need to extend the time in order to allow the debtor to reach an agreement. H.R. Rep. No. 595, 95th Cong., 1st

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The Debtors will present evidence before or at the hearing on this Motion in support of the relief they seek. In the interest of brevity, the Debtors will not restate here the full discussion at 10-17 of their First Extension Motion relating to the Congressional purpose and policy underlying the exclusivity period and, instead, incorporate that argument herein by reference.

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Sess. 220 (1977) (hereinafter, House Report) (footnotes omitted); see also In re Timbers of Inwood Forest Associates, Ltd., 808 F.2d 363 (5th Cir. 1987), affd, 484 U.S. 365 (1988). 11. The Bankruptcy Code does not define what constitutes cause justifying

an extension of the Exclusivity Periods, but the legislative history and case law emphasize that courts have the discretion to remain flexible in promoting the orderly, consensual and successful reorganization of a debtors affairs. House Report at 232; In re AMKO Plastics, Inc., 197 B.R. 74, 77 (Bankr. S.D. Ohio 1996) (stating the for cause standard in determining an exclusivity extension leave[s] the question to the reorganization court in the exercise of its discretion and to promote maximum flexibility to suit various types of reorganization proceedings); In re RCN Anlagenivestitionen Frodsgesellschaft II-Kommanditgessellschaft, 118 B.R. 460, 462

(W.D. Mich. 1990) (same). 12. Courts consider a number of factors to determine whether cause exists

to extend the Exclusivity Periods, any of which may provide sufficient grounds for doing so. See e.g., AMKO, 197 B.R. at 77; In re Express One Intl, Inc., 194 B.R. 98, 100 (Bankr. E.D. Tex. 1996); In re McLean Indus., Inc., 87 B.R. 830, 834 (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. 1987); In re Dow Corning Corp., 208 B.R. 661, 664 (Bankr. E.D. Mich. 1983). Among the factors that courts analyze are: (a) the size and complexity of the chapter 11 case;5 (b) the debtors progress in the chapter 11 case;6 and (c) whether an extension of the Exclusivity Periods will harm the debtors creditors.7 Ultimately, the primary consideration should be whether or not [granting an extension] would
5 See, e.g., In re The Elder Beerman Stores Corp., 1997 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 23785, at *4 (S.D. Ohio 1997); In re Texaco, Inc., 76 B.R. 322, 326-27 (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. 1987). See, e.g., McLean, 87 B.R. at 834; Jasik v. Conrad (In re Jasik), 727 F.2d 1379, 1382 (5th Cir. 1984); AMKO, 197 B.R. at 77; Service Merchandise, 256 B.R. at 751. See, e.g., In re Grand Traverse Devp Co. Ltd. Partnership, 147 B.R. 418, 420 (Bankr. W.D. Mich. 1992); In re Gibson & Cushman, 101 B.R. 405, 409 (E.D.N.Y. 1989).

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facilitate moving the case forward. Dow Corning, 208 B.R. at 664-670 (analyzing eight factors which are mostly subsumed within the list above before concluding that the most important factor is the practical call of whether an extension would facilitate progress in the chapter 11 case). 13. Here, sufficient cause exists to grant the Debtors requested extension of

the Exclusivity Periods. The Debtors situation presents a textbook case where an additional extension of the Exclusivity Periods is both necessary and proper to permit the Debtors sufficient time to continue developing further strategic and financial alternatives and negotiate a reorganization plan containing appropriate treatment of creditors. A. The Debtors Chapter 11 Cases Are Large And Complex. 14. Perhaps because Congress expressly noted that courts may need to extend

Exclusivity Periods for unusually large or complex cases, House Report at 232, this is the basis upon which courts most commonly grant extensions. See, e.g., Express One Intl, 194 B.R. at 100; Texaco, 76 B.R. at 326 (finding cause to extend exclusivity based on size of cases); In re Manville Forest Prods. Corp., 31 B.R. 991, 995 (S.D.N.Y. 1978) (same). 15. As the Debtors have described at greater length in prior pleadings,8 their

cases are undeniably large and complex. It is unnecessary to again restate all of the relevant statistics, but the following key points remain: the Debtors cases are among the largest filed in the United States in the past year and among the largest ever filed in this district; there are 38 debtor entities with domestic and foreign operations that generate approximately $2.5 billion in combined revenue9 and employ approximately 17,500 employees in North America; and

See First Extension Motion, at 18-23.

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the Debtors operate 33 plants in the United States, with an additional 16 plants operated through North American non-Debtor affiliates. In addition, the ongoing administrative proceedings of the Debtors

24 affiliates in ten European countries continue to have important implications for these chapter 11 cases. For instance, the European Administration has recently entered a new phase with the commencement of the claims resolution and distribution processes. As the largest creditor and ultimate parent of the European entities, the Debtors are monitoring closely the treatment of their claims. This phase will require the Debtors to remain actively involved in foreign creditors meetings and the European claims process so that the Debtors can closely oversee the amount and timing of the Debtors recovery. 17. Accordingly, the Debtors respectfully submit that the size and complexity

of these cases alone constitute sufficient cause to grant the Debtors request to further extend the Exclusivity Periods. B. The Debtors Have Made Progress In These Chapter 11 Cases Since The Court Granted The Third Extension Motion. 18. Again, when evaluating a debtors progress in its chapter 11 case, the

primary consideration should be whether or not [granting an extension] would facilitate moving the case forward. Dow Corning, 208 B.R. at 664-670. As the Debtors have described at greater lengths in prior pleadings, the Debtors have made and are continuing to make substantial progress towards effectuating their rehabilitation and developing a plan of reorganization in conjunction with their senior secured lenders and the Committee.10

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Excluding the Debtors European operations. See Third Extension Motion, at 21-43. In the interest of brevity, the Debtors will not restate here the full discussion at 21-43 of their Third Extension Motion relating to the progress the Debtors have made in these cases and, instead, incorporate those statements herein by reference.

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First, as this Court is aware, the Debtors have been pursuing a dual-track

process of developing a viable plan of reorganization while also undergoing an M&A process for the Debtors businesses (in whole or in part). Indeed, since the Court granted the Debtors Third Extension Motion, the Debtors have made significant progress addressing the due diligence requirements of various interested parties and have been negotiating the terms and conditions of potential transactions. The Debtors believe that they are fast approaching the end of this process. 20. To that end, the Debtors intend to finalize a term sheet with a potential

stalking horse bidder and file the necessary pleadings seeking approval of a stalking horse bidder in the near term. Assuming the Court approves this motion, the Debtors then intend to move as expeditiously as possible through the remaining processes to confirm a plan, including: selecting the offer, in consultation with the Debtors major constituencies, to use as the basis for finalizing a plan of reorganization and disclosure statement to be filed with the Court; negotiating with interested parties, if necessary, concerning labor, retiree medical and pension relief, and taking any legal action only if necessary; negotiating comprehensive settlements of all outstanding commercial issues and any alleged claims and counterclaims with each of the Debtors major customers; negotiating settlements or otherwise resolving any disputes or other claims that might otherwise serve as impediments to the confirmation of the plan; negotiating and finalizing the plan and disclosure statement with the Debtors major constituencies; seeking approval of the disclosure statement and the procedures to be used to solicit votes on the plan; soliciting votes on the plan; and seeking confirmation of the plan.

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In addition, on June 1, 2006, the Court entered the Order Authorizing the

Wind-Down of the Debtors Fabrics Business and Certain Related Actions in Connection Therewith [Docket No. 2785] (the Wind-Down Order). Pursuant to the Wind-Down Order, the Debtors are working in conjunction with their customers, the Committee and the prepetition and postpetition senior secured lenders to ensure that none of the Debtors customers are negatively affected by the wind-down and to minimize claims related thereto. In particular, the Debtors already have sold certain de minimis assets and intend to seek Court authority for the sale of certain other assets in the near term. That said, the Debtors are satisfied with the progress of the wind-down to date and will continue to work diligently to obtain the substantial long-term cost benefits that the wind-down will provide the Debtors to the benefit of their estate, creditors and parties in interest. 22. Additionally, the Debtors are continuing to evaluate a possible transaction

involving their convertible systems business unit. The Debtors currently are in discussions with several parties who have expressed an interest in pursuing a transaction. 23. Furthermore, the Debtors continue to make progress in improving

dialogues with their major customers in the effort to strengthen the basis on which the Debtors long-term viability is dependent. In fact, the Debtors currently are engaged in productive discussions with certain of their major customers regarding the award of future new business, customer expectations and requirements for long-term sourcing relationships, the resolution of outstanding commercial issues and the reconciliation of prepetition claims. To date, although there is still much work to be done in this area, the Debtors have been pleased with the nature, status and direction of their ongoing interactions with their major customers.

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Moreover, the Debtors continue to work tirelessly to address their

operational challenges, which have been intensified by the current business environment of the automotive industry in which the Debtors operate. The Debtors continue to make measurable progress on a number of the action steps defined in their business plan as necessary to reestablish or enhance the Debtors credibility, operating and management systems, product quality, delivery performance and overall ability to effectively supply under the renegotiated contracts with their major customers and, accordingly, strengthen the long-term viability of the enterprise. The Debtors also are continuing to take tangible steps to rationalize and better manage their cost base across all operations and support functions. Given both the ongoing challenges in the automotive industry and numerous other factors, the Debtors progress in certain areas and in achieving the overall desired financial results has been slower than the Debtors anticipated. 25. Nevertheless, the Debtors continue to be successful in maintaining a

liquidity base sufficient to operate on an uninterrupted basis without the need for further extraordinary financial support. The Debtors have accomplished this through very careful and close monitoring of their working capital assets (receivables and inventories), monetization of certain tooling investments, settlement of various commercial issues with their major customers and the renegotiation of terms and conditions under the debtor-in-possession financing agreement that afford the Debtors greater operating flexibility. Furthermore, the Debtors

continue to work constructively with their senior secured postpetition lenders on the segregation of net proceeds from the Debtors asset sales for potential general operating and capital expenditure use. 26. Finally, the Debtors and their professionals continue to work diligently

through their claims reconciliation process. To date, the Debtors claims agent has received over

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8,000 proofs of claim. In addition to the proofs of claim, the Debtors also have scheduled 9,253 claims. Given the number of scheduled claims and proofs of claim that have been filed against the Debtors, there are thousands of claims that have to be processed, reviewed and analyzed before the Debtors are able to develop, and share with their constituencies, reliable information regarding the number and amount of prepetition claims. To date, the Debtors have made significant progress in this area. The Debtors and their advisors will continue to dedicate substantial resources to addressing this immense task, focusing efforts on claims estimates, in the coming weeks. C. Further Extending The Exclusivity Periods Will Not Prejudice Creditors. 27. Creditors would not be harmed by further extending the

Exclusivity Periods, which would merely allow the Debtors to continue without undue restrictions their tangible progress toward a plan of reorganization or M&A transactions that satisfy the requirements of chapter 11. On the other hand, allowing the Exclusivity Periods to expire before the Debtors, creditors and other parties in interest can complete their negotiations would defeat the Congressional purpose behind section 1121 of the Bankruptcy Code to provide debtors with a meaningful and reasonable amount of time to propose and confirm a consensual plan of reorganization. 28. Again, as previously discussed, the Debtors continue to make progress in Because of the

these cases, but there also remain significant issues to address.

Exclusivity Periods, the Debtors have thus far been able to pursue their difficult and necessary work without the distractions of other parties filing competing plans. 29. Additionally, the Debtors continue to communicate regularly with all of

their major constituencies. The Committee, prepetition and postpetition secured lenders and customers have extraordinary access to the Debtors executives, professionals and financial 11
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The Debtors believe this transparent interaction has fostered a cooperative

relationship and allowed all constituencies to serve a constructive role in all facets of the Debtors reorganization efforts. 30. other similar cases. Finally, the Debtors request is reasonable in light of relief granted in This Court and other courts routinely grant further extensions of the See, e.g., In re Meridian Auto, Sys.-

Exclusivity Periods in large reorganization cases.

Composites Operations Inc., Case No. 05-11168 (Bankr. D. Del. June 14, 2006) (MFW) (first four exclusivity orders granting extension of 12 months); In re Tower Auto., Inc., Case No. 0510578 (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. June 20, 2006) (ALG) (first five exclusivity orders granting extension of 17 months); In re Intermet Corp., Case No. 04-67597 (MBM) (Bankr. E.D. Mich. April 23, 2005) (first two exclusivity orders granting extension of eight months); In re UAL Corp., Case No. 02-48191 (ERW) (Bankr. N.D. Ill. September 19, 2003) (first two exclusivity orders granting extension of 12 months); In re Kmart Corp., Case No. 02-02474 (Bankr. N.D. Ill. July 24, 2002) (first two exclusivity orders granting extension of 10 months); In re Enron Corp., Case No. 01-16034 (AJG) (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. September 25, 2002) (first two exclusivity orders granting extension of 10 months); In re Bethlehem Steel Corp., Case No. 01-15288 (BRL) (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. July 24, 2002) (first two exclusivity orders granting extension of 11 months); In re Service Merchandise, Inc., Case No. 99-02649 (Bankr. M.D. Tenn. February 2, 2000) (first two exclusivity orders granting extension of 21 months). 31. The Debtors are mindful of the desire of creditors and all parties in interest

for the Debtors to emerge from chapter 11 as soon as possible. Indeed, the Debtors share this common goal. For the foregoing reasons, however, the Debtors require the additional time requested herein to afford them the ability to develop a plan of reorganization.

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Notice 32. Notice of this Motion has been given to the Core Group and Affected

Parties as required by the Case Management Procedures.11 In light of the nature of the relief requested, the Debtors submit that no further notice is required. No Prior Request 33. any other court. No prior motion for the relief requested herein has been made to this or

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Capitalized terms used in this paragraph 32 not otherwise defined herein shall have the meanings set forth in the First Amended Notice, Case Management and Administrative Procedures filed on June 9, 2005 [Docket No. 294].

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WHEREFORE, the Debtors respectfully request the entry of an order, substantially in the form attached hereto as Exhibit A, (a) extending the Plan Proposal Period from July 29, 2006 to and including September 27, 2006, (b) extending the Solicitation Period from September 27, 2006 to and including November 27, 2006 and (c) granting such other and further relief as is just and proper. Dated: June 28, 2006 KIRKLAND & ELLIS LLP /s/ Ray C. Schrock Richard M. Cieri (NY RC 6062) Citigroup Center 153 East 53rd Street New York, New York 10022 Telephone: (212) 446-4800 Facsimile: (212) 446-4900 -andDavid L. Eaton (IL 3122303) Ray C. Schrock (IL 6257005) Marc J. Carmel (IL 6272032) 200 East Randolph Drive Chicago, Illinois 60601 Telephone: (312) 861-2000 Facsimile: (312) 861-2200 -andCARSON FISCHER, P.L.C. Joseph M. Fischer (P13452) 4111 West Andover Road West - Second Floor Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 48302 Telephone: (248) 644-4840 Facsimile: (248) 644-1832 Co-Counsel for the Debtors

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EXHIBIT A

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IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN SOUTHERN DIVISION In re: COLLINS & AIKMAN CORPORATION, et al.1 Debtors. ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) Chapter 11 Case No. 05-55927 (SWR) (Jointly Administered) (Tax Identification #13-3489233) Honorable Steven W. Rhodes

ORDER EXTENDING THE DEBTORS EXCLUSIVITY PERIODS TO FILE A CHAPTER 11 PLAN AND TO SOLICIT VOTES THEREON Upon the motion (the Motion)2 of the above-captioned debtors (collectively, the Debtors) for an order extending the Debtors Exclusivity Periods to file a chapter 11 plan and to solicit votes thereon; it appearing that the relief requested is in the best interests of the Debtors estates; it appearing that the Court has jurisdiction over this matter pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 157 and 1334; it appearing that this proceeding is a core proceeding pursuant to

The Debtors in the jointly administered cases include: Collins & Aikman Corporation; Amco Convertible Fabrics, Inc., Case No. 05-55949; Becker Group, LLC (d/b/a/ Collins & Aikman Premier Mold), Case No. 05-55977; Brut Plastics, Inc., Case No. 05-55957; Collins & Aikman (Gibraltar) Limited, Case No. 05-55989; Collins & Aikman Accessory Mats, Inc. (f/k/a the Akro Corporation), Case No. 05-55952; Collins & Aikman Asset Services, Inc., Case No. 05-55959; Collins & Aikman Automotive (Argentina), Inc. (f/k/a Textron Automotive (Argentina), Inc.), Case No. 05-55965; Collins & Aikman Automotive (Asia), Inc. (f/k/a Textron Automotive (Asia), Inc.), Case No. 0555991; Collins & Aikman Automotive Exteriors, Inc. (f/k/a Textron Automotive Exteriors, Inc.), Case No. 05-55958; Collins & Aikman Automotive Interiors, Inc. (f/k/a Textron Automotive Interiors, Inc.), Case No. 05-55956; Collins & Aikman Automotive International, Inc., Case No. 05-55980; Collins & Aikman Automotive International Services, Inc. (f/k/a Textron Automotive International Services, Inc.), Case No. 05-55985; Collins & Aikman Automotive Mats, LLC, Case No. 05-55969; Collins & Aikman Automotive Overseas Investment, Inc. (f/k/a Textron Automotive Overseas Investment, Inc.), Case No. 05-55978; Collins & Aikman Automotive Services, LLC, Case No. 05-55981; Collins & Aikman Canada Domestic Holding Company, Case No. 05-55930; Collins & Aikman Carpet & Acoustics (MI), Inc., Case No. 05-55982; Collins & Aikman Carpet & Acoustics (TN), Inc., Case No. 05-55984; Collins & Aikman Development Company, Case No. 05-55943; Collins & Aikman Europe, Inc., Case No. 05-55971; Collins & Aikman Fabrics, Inc. (d/b/a Joan Automotive Industries, Inc.), Case No. 05-55963; Collins & Aikman Intellimold, Inc. (d/b/a M&C Advanced Processes, Inc.), Case No. 05-55976; Collins & Aikman Interiors, Inc., Case No. 05-55970; Collins & Aikman International Corporation, Case No. 05-55951; Collins & Aikman Plastics, Inc., Case No. 05-55960; Collins & Aikman Products Co., Case No. 05-55932; Collins & Aikman Properties, Inc., Case No. 0555964; Comet Acoustics, Inc., Case No. 05-55972; CW Management Corporation, Case No. 05-55979; Dura Convertible Systems, Inc., Case No. 05-55942; Gamble Development Company, Case No. 05-55974; JPS Automotive, Inc. (d/b/a PACJ, Inc.), Case No. 05-55935; New Baltimore Holdings, LLC, Case No. 05-55992; Owosso Thermal Forming, LLC, Case No. 05-55946; Southwest Laminates, Inc. (d/b/a Southwest Fabric Laminators Inc.), Case No. 05-55948; Wickes Asset Management, Inc., Case No. 05-55962; and Wickes Manufacturing Company, Case No. 05-55968. Capitalized terms used but not otherwise defined herein shall have the meanings set forth in the Motion.

28 U.S.C. 157(b)(2); it appearing that venue of this proceeding and the Motion in this District is proper pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 1408 and 1409; it appearing that notice of the Motion and the opportunity for a hearing on the Motion was appropriate under the particular circumstances and that no other or further notice need be given; and after due deliberation and sufficient cause appearing therefor, it is hereby ORDERED 1. 2. The Motion is granted in its entirety. The Plan Proposal Period is extended by 60 days from July 29, 2006 to and

including September 27, 2006. 3. The Solicitation Period is extended by 60 days from September 27, 2006 to and

including November 27, 2006. 4. This relief is without prejudice to the Debtors right to seek a further extension of

the Exclusivity Periods. 5. The Debtors are authorized to take all actions necessary to effectuate the relief

granted pursuant to this Order in accordance with the Motion. 6. The terms and conditions of this Order shall be immediately effective and

enforceable upon its entry. 7. The Court retains jurisdiction with respect to all matters arising from or related to

the implementation of this Order.

IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN SOUTHERN DIVISION In re: COLLINS & AIKMAN CORPORATION, et al.1 Debtors. ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) Chapter 11 Case No. 05-55927 (SWR) (Jointly Administered) (Tax Identification #13-3489233) Honorable Steven W. Rhodes

NOTICE AND OPPORTUNITY TO RESPOND TO THE DEBTORS FOURTH MOTION FOR AN ORDER EXTENDING THE DEBTORS EXCLUSIVITY PERIODS TO FILE A CHAPTER 11 PLAN AND TO SOLICIT VOTES THEREON PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT the above-captioned debtors (collectively, the Debtors) have filed the Debtors Fourth Motion for an Order Extending the Debtors Exclusivity Periods to File a Chapter 11 Plan and to Solicit Votes Thereon (the Motion).

The Debtors in the jointly administered cases include: Collins & Aikman Corporation; Amco Convertible Fabrics, Inc., Case No. 05-55949; Becker Group, LLC (d/b/a/ Collins & Aikman Premier Mold), Case No. 05-55977; Brut Plastics, Inc., Case No. 05-55957; Collins & Aikman (Gibraltar) Limited, Case No. 05-55989; Collins & Aikman Accessory Mats, Inc. (f/k/a the Akro Corporation), Case No. 05-55952; Collins & Aikman Asset Services, Inc., Case No. 05-55959; Collins & Aikman Automotive (Argentina), Inc. (f/k/a Textron Automotive (Argentina), Inc.), Case No. 05-55965; Collins & Aikman Automotive (Asia), Inc. (f/k/a Textron Automotive (Asia), Inc.), Case No. 0555991; Collins & Aikman Automotive Exteriors, Inc. (f/k/a Textron Automotive Exteriors, Inc.), Case No. 05-55958; Collins & Aikman Automotive Interiors, Inc. (f/k/a Textron Automotive Interiors, Inc.), Case No. 05-55956; Collins & Aikman Automotive International, Inc., Case No. 05-55980; Collins & Aikman Automotive International Services, Inc. (f/k/a Textron Automotive International Services, Inc.), Case No. 05-55985; Collins & Aikman Automotive Mats, LLC, Case No. 05-55969; Collins & Aikman Automotive Overseas Investment, Inc. (f/k/a Textron Automotive Overseas Investment, Inc.), Case No. 05-55978; Collins & Aikman Automotive Services, LLC, Case No. 05-55981; Collins & Aikman Canada Domestic Holding Company, Case No. 05-55930; Collins & Aikman Carpet & Acoustics (MI), Inc., Case No. 05-55982; Collins & Aikman Carpet & Acoustics (TN), Inc., Case No. 05-55984; Collins & Aikman Development Company, Case No. 05-55943; Collins & Aikman Europe, Inc., Case No. 05-55971; Collins & Aikman Fabrics, Inc. (d/b/a Joan Automotive Industries, Inc.), Case No. 05-55963; Collins & Aikman Intellimold, Inc. (d/b/a M&C Advanced Processes, Inc.), Case No. 05-55976; Collins & Aikman Interiors, Inc., Case No. 05-55970; Collins & Aikman International Corporation, Case No. 05-55951; Collins & Aikman Plastics, Inc., Case No. 05-55960; Collins & Aikman Products Co., Case No. 05-55932; Collins & Aikman Properties, Inc., Case No. 0555964; Comet Acoustics, Inc., Case No. 05-55972; CW Management Corporation, Case No. 05-55979; Dura Convertible Systems, Inc., Case No. 05-55942; Gamble Development Company, Case No. 05-55974; JPS Automotive, Inc. (d/b/a PACJ, Inc.), Case No. 05-55935; New Baltimore Holdings, LLC, Case No. 05-55992; Owosso Thermal Forming, LLC, Case No. 05-55946; Southwest Laminates, Inc. (d/b/a Southwest Fabric Laminators Inc.), Case No. 05-55948; Wickes Asset Management, Inc., Case No. 05-55962; and Wickes Manufacturing Company, Case No. 05-55968.

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PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE THAT your rights may be affected. You may wish to review the Motion and discuss it with your attorney. (If you do not have an attorney, you may wish to consult one.) PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE THAT, in accordance with the First Amended Notice, Case Management and Administrative Procedures filed on June 9, 2005 [Docket No. 294] (the Case Management Procedures), if you wish to object to the Court granting the relief sought in the Motion, or if you want the Court to otherwise consider your views on the Motion, no later than July 10, 2006 at 4:00 p.m. prevailing Eastern Time, or such shorter time as the Court may hereafter order and of which you may receive subsequent notice, you or your attorney must file with the Court a written response, explaining your position at:2 United States Bankruptcy Court 211 West Fort Street, Suite 2100 Detroit, Michigan 48226 PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE THAT if you mail your response to the Court for filing, you must mail it early enough so the Court will receive it on or before the date above. PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE THAT you must also serve the documents so that they are received on or before July 10, 2006 at 4:00 p.m. prevailing Eastern Time, in accordance with the Case Management Procedures, including to:

Response or answer must comply with Rule 8(b), (c) and (e) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

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Kirkland & Ellis LLP Attn: Richard M. Cieri Citigroup Center 153 East 53rd Street New York, New York 10022 Facsimile: (212) 446-4900 E-mail: rcieri@kirkland.com -andKirkland & Ellis LLP Attn: David L. Eaton Ray C. Schrock Marc J. Carmel 200 East Randolph Drive Chicago, Illinois 60601 Facsimile: (312) 861-2200 E-mail: deaton@kirkland.com rschrock@kirkland.com mcarmel@kirkland.com -andCarson Fischer, P.L.C. Attn: Joseph M. Fischer 4111 West Andover Road West - Second Floor Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 48302 Facsimile: (248) 644-1832 E-mail: jfischer@carsonfischer.com PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE THAT if no responses to the Motion are timely filed and served, the Court may grant the Motion and enter the order without a hearing as set forth in Rule 9014-1 of the Local Rules for the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.

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Dated: June 28, 2006

KIRKLAND & ELLIS LLP /s/ Ray C. Schrock Richard M. Cieri (NY RC 6062) Citigroup Center 153 East 53rd Street New York, New York 10022 Telephone: (212) 446-4800 Facsimile: (212) 446-4900 -andDavid L. Eaton (IL 3122303) Ray C. Schrock (IL 6257005) Marc J. Carmel (IL 6272032) 200 East Randolph Drive Chicago, Illinois 60601 Telephone: (312) 861-2000 Facsimile: (312) 861-2200 -andCARSON FISCHER, P.L.C. Joseph M. Fischer (P13452) 4111 West Andover Road West - Second Floor Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 48302 Telephone: (248) 644-4840 Facsimile: (248) 644-1832 Co-Counsel for the Debtors

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