The information I found about organ donation does not address clinical death. For example:
The process of donation takes place only after physicians declare a person brain dead [...] cessation of brain function [...] is irreversible. However, the vital organs (heart, lungs, liver, pancreas, intestine and kidneys) can be kept viable for a few days, if supported by artificial mechanical means (i.e. a ventilator). (source)
Blood circulation can be stopped in the entire body below the heart for at least 30 minutes, with injury to the spinal cord being a limiting factor. Detached limbs may be successfully reattached after 6 hours of no blood circulation at warm temperatures. Bone, tendon, and skin can survive as long as 8 to 12 hours. (source)
Assuming the organs were not damaged by the cause of death itself, are there any organs that can be transplanted after clinical death?