Humans and chimpanzees are related and thus have a most recent common ancestor. Of course pinning down this precise point is essentially impossible, so I'm interested in close ancestors of this most recent common ancestor. Also, I'd like to know things about it -- how it compares to common chimpanzees, bonobos, and humans in various ways -- so species known only from fragmentary evidence are less interesting to me. Ideally I'd ask for something with at least one near-complete skeleton and a separate (perhaps less complete) find, but as a non-expert I'd be happy to settle for whatever is considered to be well-attested.
So, what is the most recent well-attested common ancestor of chimpanzees and humans?