The first order of business was straightening the backbone, which I accomplished with a little heat and persuasion. Next was to tackle the neck. As you will see in the picture below, someone along the way hacked this thing up pretty good. Oddly though, instead of following the norm and taking a pie slice out of the bottom support and kicking the neck outward to gain the desired rake; this genius took a pie slice out of the top of the neck casting/backbone and pulled the neck back. I have never seen it done this way.
Next, I had to make a template of the gaping void that I was now left with. Once I had the template then I came up with the 2 pieces you see in the next photo. Combined as one, they filled this void perfectly and gave me some solid support to tie things back together.