With the neck glued in place all that is left is a little clean up and finishing.
I filled the screw hole with epoxy filler and carved it flush with the heel. I stained it dark brown to make finishing over it easier.
Unfortunately part of the heel cap came off during the repair. The plastic material has become very brittle. I saved the broken pieces and reattached them to the heel with solvent glue. Some of the material turned to dust leaving gaps between the pieces. I decided to fill the spaces with melted binding material to bond them together. My goal is to make them look as they did when I started, not to replace it with a complete heel cap. Luckily I have plenty of pictures. I mixed small pieces of white and off white binding into a glass of acetone to created a paste/glue that matched the original cap. I painted this into the spaces between the original pieces until it resemble the surrouding area. After drying I incised small cuts with an exacto knife to resemble the age cracks and rubbed a brown stain into the cuts. Then I applied amber lacquer over the new areas until it blended in. It looks a bit dark but I may be able to buff it out a bit later.