Other attractions included displays of clog dancing and Scottish country dancing, live bands and a real ale marquee. A Hurricane from the Battle of Britain performed a flypast on Saturday afternoon.
A collection was taken throughout the weekend for the Helen and Douglas House hospice near Oxford.
Organiser Tony Waistell, of the Stoke Row Steam and Vintage Vehicle Club, said: “There was a wide range of exhibits and attractions. The timber tractor display was a real highlight and the flypast brought the showground to a standstill.
“Attendance was slightly down on last year because of the weather and all the Queen’s birthday parties but taking that into account we’re still very happy with the numbers. We’d like to thank all our visitors and exhibitors for their support.”